Updated: Jun 26
March 28, 2022 | njspotlightnews.org
Almost half of the private water wells tested by New Jersey officials over the past few years contained toxic “forever chemicals” at levels that exceeded state health limits, according to new data from the Department of Environmental Protection.
NJ SEED: An alarming statistic but not to those who have been following this issue. Much, if not most, of NJ’s drinking water contains “forever chemicals” that exceed state limits. Remediation and elimination is necessary but is very costly.