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Harrisburg University assistant professor Michael Meyer discussed the recently released United States Geological Survey map using data collected in 2019. It shows over 160 sites across the state that were sampled for PFAS and 76% of the tested streams contained the chemicals, including the Susquehanna River. Professor Meyer discussed the issues related to the Susquehanna River in his interview with ABC27.

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