Should Parkersburg’s and Vienna’s water be filtered for C8?

A public interest group thinks so, and now cites a new study to back up its claims.

The group Keep Your Promises DuPont once again cites a recent report questioning the Environmental Protection Agency’s designated safe level for c-eight.

It’s latest ammunition: a University of Cincinnati study released nearly two years ago.

That study showed contamination from C8 was found as far south along the Ohio River as the Cincinnati area.

It went on to say Northern Kentucky residents had blood levels of C8 three times higher than residents of nearby Cincinnati who had drank water treated in that city’s filtration system.