Why isn’t the military cleaning up firefighting chemicals?

Source:, September 6, 23019
By: Kyle Bagenstose

It’s been five years since the military first discovered widespread PFAS contamination at bases in Bucks and Montgomery counties, but the chemicals continue to pollute the aquifer and waterways like Park Creek and the Little Neshaminy. We asked more than half a dozen experts a simple question: Why? Read more?

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