Nine different techniques for getting PFAS out of toxic dirt will be tested next year at Schriever Space Force Base near Colorado Springs
Aurora, Thornton, Keystone area say they are altering sources, filtering or preparing treatment plants to fight the PFAS threat
June water discharge from the refinery shot to 2,500 parts per trillion of one PFAS, when the EPA standard is 4 parts per trillion, records show.
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey illustrates that no matter how you look at that glass of tap water, you can reach the same conclusion about the forever chemicals it contains.
A national watchdog group recommends filters after federal agency finds the toxins in 45% of home faucets
Colorado water quality regulators say high Suncor levels of “forever chemical” outflows did not raise South Platte River contamination
Firefighting foam from recent accidents is suspected, while state has delayed action on a renewed pollution discharge permit
Fed agency issues long-awaited mandatory drinking water caps for the toxic chemical. What should water agencies and consumers do?
Experts say removing PFAS from drinking water will cost billions. Small and poor communities will be hit hard.
PFAS levels in locally caught fish are “staggeringly high” according to the Environmental Working Group researchers, and Colorado has no fish consumption guidelines