Millions Of Americans May Be Drinking Toxic Water, Harvard Study Finds  Alejandro Dávila Fragoso Climate Reporter at ThinkProgress The drinking water of some six million people across the country may have elevated levels of unregulated toxic chemicals widely used in the past in many household products — notably pans coated with Teflon — a Harvard-led study published Tuesday found.… Read More

Tainted Water Near Colorado Bases Hints at Wider Safety Concerns By JULIE TURKEWITZ JULY 25, 2016 FOUNTAIN, Colo. — Volk Sanders burst into this world on June 7, a six-pound fuzz-headed ball of joy and his mother’s first child. Days later, Volk’s mother learned that the well water she had consumed for years had been laced… Read More

State to begin giving Congress Hoosick documents Committee on Oversight is seeking documents related to water contamination By Matthew Hamilton Published 8:31 pm, Wednesday, July 20, 2016 Albany A congressional committee extended the deadline for Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s administration to turn over documents about the Hoosick Falls water contamination crisis the committee wants for its investigation.… Read More

July 19, 2016 PFOA, PFOS Likely Hazardous to Immune System: Scientists From Chemical Regulation Reporter® By Pat Rizzuto July 19 — Two chemicals that have made thousands of industrial and consumer products stick-, heat- and grease-resistant also are presumed to be hazardous to people’s immune systems, a scientific panel said July 19. A panel of… Read More

What Is The Action Network Fund And Why Are They Sending Letters To DuPont? 07/15/16 02:14 PM EDT E I Du Pont De Nemours and Co (NYSE: DD) has filed a form 8-K with the SEC disclosing that the company received a letter from the Action Network Fund (ANF) that discusses litigation regarding PFOA. PFOA… Read More

Jury Cites DuPont For Malice In Teflon Chemical Trial, Awards $5M To Cancer Victim By Bill Walker, Vice President and Managing Editor THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2016 On Wednesday, a federal jury ordered DuPont to pay more than $5 million to an Ohio man who alleged he contracted testicular cancer from drinking water contaminated with a… Read More