Source: https://nj1015.com/, November 7, 2019
By: David Matthau
A new analysis finds dangerous and sometimes potentially toxic chemicals have been detected in drinking water supplies across the Garden State.
David Andrews, a senior scientist the Environmental Working Group, said a review of state and federal data was conducted “and we found that over 500 water systems have these ‘forever chemicals,’ often referred to as PFAS chemicals. These are really the Teflon and Scotch Guard chemical contaminants. Read more.