Air Force installs system to protect drinking water near Luke AFB

A technician checks out the tanks of one of Arizona’s first ion-exchange water filtration systems near Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Installation of the system has resulted in PFOS/PFOA levels below EPA’s lifetime health advisories in drinking water supplied to more than 1,600 addresses outside of Luke AFB. (Courtesy photo)

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