Source: https://www.dailycamera.com/, December 12, 2019
By: Kelsey Hammon
Three out of 18 residential wells tested this fall in Boulder Heights showed elevated levels of PFAS, also known as fluorochemicals, according to results released last week by Boulder County Public Health. Homeowners were prompted to have their water examined in September after a public meeting took place to discuss high levels of PFAS found in the wells of Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District Station 2. Read more.