Group-A Community and non-transient non-community (NTNC) water systems are required to monitor for PFAS beginning January 2023 through December 2025. Each water system's Water Quality Monitoring Schedule lists the PFAS monitoring requirement starting in 2023. PFAS Monitoring and Follow Up Actions 331-668 outlines the monitoring requirements in the revised rule.
The federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law makes additional funding available in grants and loans to public water systems for PFAS treatment, new source, or another preferred option for mitigating PFAS contamination. If interested, email email@example.com.
You can find more information at the DOH link: PFAS | Washington State Department of Health
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