With the growing interest in PFAS—Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances: a group of manmade chemicals used in a variety of consumer products, that can have a variety adverse health impacts —Tracking California has created new PFAS data resources. Interactive maps show where PFAS has been detected in drinking water, and we have added information where people can learn more about this emerging environmental health concern.
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