What are the most PFAS-contaminated states?

Even though PFAS are lurking in the drinking water of most states, some have incredibly high levels of these harmful chemicals in their water supplies. The state with the highest PFAS concentrations in drinking water is, by far, Michigan.

Brunswick County has the highest cancer incidence as a result of drinking water containing PFAS

As emerging contaminants, PFAS have become increasingly prevalent over the past decades, particularly in drinking water, which poses a great health threat to consumers nationwide. Some states have very high “forever chemicals” levels in their drinking water, and those are also the states with the greatest cancer incidence, as some PFAS are carcinogenic. These are the states where PFAS drinking water contamination is the worst:

  • Iowa
  • Kentucky
  • Alabama
  • Louisiana
  • North Carolina
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • Florida
  • South Carolina

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