Cleanup of PFAS Chemicals in Drinking Water Underway in Wells Near Fort Devens

From: Boston 25 News

“The U.S. Army has committed to cleaning up PFAS chemicals in drinking water in wells near Fort Devens. An environmental group says it all started when a whistleblower sent them documents showing how serious the contamination was. The drinking water in Ayer is already being treated for iron and manganese. Pretty soon they’ll be getting a $4.5 million dollar filtration system to filter out the emerging contaminant known as PFAS. A big price tag for a small town.”

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