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Utility Warns Customers: "Drinking Water Contaminated With C-8 May Pose Serious Health Risks"

After struggling with Teflon-related C-8 contamination from the nearby DuPont facility, Little Hocking Water Association issued an unusual warning along with its yearly report to consumers.

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'No Known Health Effects?'
It's Because Nobody Has Studied It.
After EPA announced plans to bypass industry's roadblocks and act on its own to determine how Teflon chemical C-8 gets into human blood and the environment, columnist Al Mascitti at the Wilmington News Journal points out why there are 'no known health effects' (a common DuPont defense argument): because no one is looking.

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