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Discovery of PFAS use forces additional funding for Carroll Public Safety Training Center redesign

November 1, 2023

The discovery that “forever chemicals,” or PFAS, were used at the site of the new Public Safety Training Center in Westminster is forcing site plan modifications for stormwater management that will cost the county an additional $166,600. During the design process, PFAS were found to have been used in the foam product designed to cool and suppress fire, and as a result, design and site plan modifications need to be made to the stormwater management plan.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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