U.S. state releases 'more protective' standard for PFAS exposure because of risk to infants

By Michael McGowan
Updated November 9 2017 - 11:49am, first published 10:27am
Fears of risk to children from PFAS
Fears of risk to children from PFAS

A US state health authority has released new drinking water standards for people exposed to chemicals at the centre of the Williamtown contamination scandal because of concerns about the potential for mothers to pass the contaminants on to infants.

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