Non-detect levels of PFAS in Battle Creek water
The city of Battle Creek says recent tests did not find high levels of PFAS in its system and that the water is safe to drink. The PFOA or PFOS level results for water tested from the Verona Pumping Station on July 25 were non-detect or not found at all in the city's drinking water, according to a city of Battle Creek news release.
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