Air Force installs system to protect drinking water near Luke AFB

A technician checks out the tanks of one of Arizona’s first ion-exchange water filtration systems near Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Since 2015, the Department of the Air Force has conducted preliminary assessments and site inspections at 204 installations to determine whether AFFF may have been used or released into the environment. Of those, 191 had confirmed releases of PFAS. (Courtesy photo)

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