Source: https://www.dailycamera.com, September 18, 2019
By: Kelsey Hammon
Boulder Heights residents were eager for answers Wednesday night as they packed the Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District’s Station 2 for a public meeting to address PFAS contamination at one of the station’s wells.
In April, Boulder Mountain Fire Chief John Benson said that fluorochemicals, known as PFAS, had been found in a station well at a level of 1,447 parts per trillion, far above the federal health advisory limit of 70 ppt. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment also confirmed the findings. Read more.