Colorado Utility Takes Proactive Step to Treat PFAS

The utility hired Brown and Caldwell to design new ion exchange facility to pull contaminants from groundwater supplies

The South Adams County (Colorado) Water and Sanitation District is enhancing its water treatment process to meet EPA health advisory levels for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water supplies.

The district’s water supply — serving over 67,000 residents in...

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