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Monday January 11, 2021 (1 week, 4 days ago)


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HYANNIS – A virtual event regarding the risk of per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) chemicals in the Cape’s drinking water will be held on February 3. The University of Rhode Island’s STEEP Superfund Research Program Center and the Town of Barnstable will host the event. The goal is to educate residents about the… .

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