On Monday, Sussex County, Delaware water officials reported that the water supply in Blades, Delaware was contaminated with a high level of PFCs. The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) received a carbon filtration system for the Blades water supply, and will be connecting the system for the community. It may take up to two weeks, though, for water officials to deem the tap water safe for residents to use. The carbon filtration system, however, may only be a temporary solution to an ongoing problem.
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