Firefighting foam contaminates drinking water supply

In 1968 the addition of foam to the fire service changed the industry.  Foam allowed fire departments to increase their effectiveness while battling fires, especially chemical fires.  While the addition of foam offered many benefits, the American public is now experiencing serious health consequences.   If not contained properly, the PFOA and PFOS used in Class B foam can cause serious health side effects to human health.

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