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Explore the Risk of PFAS in Local Tap Water

Todd Danielson on February 6, 2024 - in Drinking water, Multimedia, Videos, Water

U.S. Geological Survey scientists created an interactive map to help the public better understand their risk of exposure to PFAS, also known as “forever chemicals.” This interactive tool allows you to view data from a recently published USGS study on PFAS in tap water as well as learn where known PFAS sources are near your community. In this video, Stephanie Gordon, a USGS physical scientist, will demonstrate how you can use this new web tool to explore detected PFAS and PFAS sources near you.

Checkout the “PFAS in US Tapwater Interactive Dashboard” here: https://geonarrative.usgs.gov/pfasust…

USGS video: https://www.usgs.gov/media/videos/exp…

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About Todd Danielson

Todd Danielson has been in trade technology media for more than 20 years, now the editorial director for V1 Media and all of its publications: Informed Infrastructure, Earth Imaging Journal, Sensors & Systems, Asian Surveying & Mapping, and the video news portal GeoSpatial Stream.

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