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City of Madison to comply with first ever national PFAS regulations on drinking water

Proposed regulations will require regularly monitoring, ensuring PFAS concentrations are within safe limit in local wells


Wisconsin’s water contamination points to national trend toward water shortage

More action needs to be taken at all governmental levels to preserve freshwater sources

State of Wisconsin

Senate committee meets to discuss PFAS in Wisconsin water

Gov. Evers' previously proposed $100 million for PFAS spending in State of the State address

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DNR, DATCP kick off program to collect, dispose of PFAS-containing firefighting foam

Program helps fire departments overcome cost, logistics of disposing PFAS containing firefighting foam


Hook, line and sinker: Tackling harmful health risks of fish contamination for anglers, greater community

Angling for education, safe consumption habits, environmental change

Evers press conference badger bounce back plan
State of Wisconsin

Gov. Tony Evers receives 2022 U.S. Water Prize award

Gov. Evers is the only governor to receive award in Outstanding Public Official category, U.S. Water Alliance says

State of Wisconsin

UPDATED: State of Wisconsin to adopt PFAS regulation for first time ever

Wisconsin will receive nearly $13 million per year for next five years to get rid of PFAS contamination


Pass the PFAS: Wisconsin communities grapple with ‘forever chemicals’ as state, federal officials stall regulation standards

'Sometimes you wonder who's looking out for us,' Marinette Water Operations Manager says

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‘Following the plume’: Pilot study underway to clean up PFAS contamination in Dane County

Verona based company trying novel microbe-based decontamination

City of Madison

Dane County proposal could monitor, regulate airport PFAS levels

‘Pretty much everywhere people look, they find these chemicals,’ UW expert says

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