Scientists are currently testing more than 100 water treatment plants in North Georgia for a group of chemicals linked to cancer and other serious... Cancer-causing chemical in Georgia water stays unregulated

Scientists are currently testing more than 100 water treatment plants in North Georgia for a group of chemicals linked to cancer and other serious illnesses. It’s part of a massive water monitoring program initiated earlier this year by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division targeting perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS for short.


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