Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs)

 
Image of interactive map showing PFC info


 
Updates 
The U.S. Environmental Agency (EPA) periodically requires public drinking water systems that serve more than 10,000 people to sample for selected contaminants of emerging concern and uses the information to regulate contaminants in the future under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act. In October 2015, EPA released the latest results from its national sampling program. Data indicated that samples from public water sources tests taken southeast of Colorado Springs near Fountain Creek and Windmill Gulch, detected Perfluorinated Compounds (PFCs).
 
Definition, national and Colorado findings, unregulated substances, sources of exposure
 
PFCs and health
Health effects and recommendations
 
PFCs and water
Proposed groundwater standard, drinking water sources, public water systems, private wells, other water uses – bathing, laundry, garden, pets 
 
Maps, data, special reports
 
Resources 
Printable fact sheets, additional documents, links,  other information, archive of updates and releases
 
Local water providers, public health agencies, other contacts