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PFAS in Drinking Water

Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) chemicals from household and commercial products may find their way into water, soil, and biosolids. As a result, PFAS have been found found in people, fish, and wildlife all over the world.

The PFAS Road Map has helped state officials to identify sources and reduce the use, release, and public exposure of PFAS in Vermont.

Water Investment Division

Introduction: The Water Investment Division coordinates investment of State and federal funding to all types of clean water and drinking water infrastrcuture in Vermont.  The Division manages the State Revolving Loan Funds (SRF) for clean water and drinking water infrastructure, and the Department’s proportion of annual Clean Water Fund and Capital Fund dollars that support water infrastructure throughout Vermont.  The Division coordinates annual reporting for all funds, publishing annual State Revolving Fund, Clean Water Investment, and Tact

Groundwater Protection, Management and Coordination

Groundwater Protection, Management and Coordination

The Vermont legislature created Chapter 48 to set up a comprehensive groundwater management program and put groundwater in trust for the public now and for future generations. The three main components are:

Draft Permit Notices

Public Notice Information for Actions Proposed by the Indirect Discharge Program and Underground Injection Control Program

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