What’s it take to get ‘forever chemicals’ out of drinking water? Big new systems that you might have to help pay for
Tucked away from the sight of passing motorists, a pair of 21-foot high steel tanks costing $1 million rise off West Butler Avenue in New Britain, Bucks County, as they filter out a toxic class of chemicals known as PFAS. Expect a lot more costly tanks like these to rise throughout the Philadelphia region.
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