Briefly: New national study tracks PFAS contamination in homes, with urban areas showing higher levels

The Los Angeles Times reports that a new national study shows that urban areas are far more likely to see higher levels of PFAS in their water supplies, than rural areas, with communities in southern and central California particularly hard-hit.

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