PFAs: The New Worry In Water

We hear a lot about things like arsenic and lead in the water supply. But, in communities across the country, there’s an even more prevalent contaminant: PFAs. Short for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoralykyl, PFAs have been around since the 1940s to make products resistant to grease, water, and stains. But now, the durable chemicals are showing […]
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Miami May Be Facing A Water Crisis

A recent story by Bloomberg News paints a grim picture of Miami’s water future. According to reporter Christopher Flavelle, not only are rising water levels threatening miles of coastline and some of the city’s most valuable real estate, there’s also the concern that the water supply is in danger. From toxic algae blooms to the […]
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Unsafe Drinking Water After Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma made landfall in The Florida Keys and then again south of Naples, Florida on September 10th, its high winds destroying buildings and knocking out power to more than a million people. The widespread flooding across the coast lead to damage that would create unsafe drinking water in several counties throughout Florida, bringing to […]
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