Tuesday Top of the Scroll: State Water Board strengthens notification requirements for potential carcinogen
The California State Water Resources Control Board has strengthened notification requirements for a potential carcinogen found in wells across the state, including Santa Clarita, officials said Monday. The state water board updated guidelines for local water agencies … to follow in detecting and reporting perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) in drinking water.
- SCVNews.com: Santa Clarita Valley water agency adopts new guidelines for chemicals
- Downey Patriot: Downey water contaminated with chemicals, assemblywoman says
- Natural Resources Defense Council: Blog: California on PFAS: Missing the forest through the trees
- Business Insider: ‘Forever chemicals’ linked to cancer and developmental issues lurk in the blood of almost every American. Here’s how to avoid them
- News release: State Water Board updates guidelines for testing and reporting PFOA and PFOS as it assesses scope of problem