The Persistent PFAS Menace in Virginia’s Waters

Industrial water filtration tanks overlaid on a Virginia state map, symbolizing the fight against PFAS contamination in local water supplies.

Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) pose an enduring threat to Virginia’s drinking water, a situation brought to the forefront by a plane crash over two decades ago. This incident at NASA Wallops Flight Facility on Virginia‚Äôs Eastern Shore highlighted the indestructible nature of PFAS and set off a chain of events that continue to impact … Read more