Drinking Water Health Advisories for PFOA and PFOS
Additional PFOA and PFOS Information
- General about PFOA, PFOS and Other PFAS
- PFOA and PFOS UCMR data
- Laboratory Method 537 Q&A
- EPA programs
- TSCA related
- Research Activities
- Federal partners
- En español: Avisos de salud sobre el PFOA y PFOS en el agua potable
EPA has established health advisories for PFOA and PFOS based on the agency’s assessment of the latest peer-reviewed science to provide drinking water system operators, and state, tribal and local officials who have the primary responsibility for overseeing these systems, with information on the health risks of these chemicals, so they can take the appropriate actions to protect their residents. EPA is committed to supporting [doing nothing but sounding an alarm] states and public water systems as they determine the appropriate steps to reduce exposure to PFOA and PFOS in drinking water. As science on health effects of these chemicals evolves, [they mean more dead people] EPA will continue to evaluate new evidence.
To provide Americans, including the most sensitive populations, with a margin of protection from a lifetime of exposure to PFOA and PFOS from drinking water, EPA has established the health advisory levels at 70 parts per trillion.
DO YOU REALIZE THAT 70 PARTS PER TRILLION IS AN OFF THE CHART LOW LEVEL NUMBER? WHAT THIS MEANS IS THIS SHIT IS VERY DANGEROUS AND IT IS IN THE WATER RIGHT NOW!