Dozens of Texas cities have reported high levels of ‘forever chemicals’ in their drinking water

A cascade aerator on the site of the Twin Oaks Valley Water Treatment Plant outside of San Antonio, where the San Antonio Water System maintains an underground storage reservoir.



While Oklahoma City announced this week its testing of drinking water showed no major levels of the existence of forever chemicals, it’s a different story for 49 towns and cities in Texas.

The Texas Tribune reports those 49 communities reported surpassing the EPA’s first-ever limits for five “forever chemicals” in drinking water.

The report also indicated there are likely many other towns and cities in the state of Texas with the same kind of levels of the PFAS chemicals.

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