Healthy Water, Healthy Aging: Reducing Environmental Exposures for Mainers

The Healthy Water, Healthy Aging project engages Mainers throughout their lifespan in a study of drinking water contamination exposures on health and well-being through surveys and testing tap water for the presence of arsenic and other toxic metals.

Communicating Data: Drinking Water Sampling by Schools in ME and NH

Communicating Data is a school-based citizen science effort to collect drinking water samples to test for arsenic and other toxic metals. Students learn to analyze data and communicate their findings to help improve public health in their communities.

PFAS in Drinking Water: A public health issue in Maine

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, known as “forever chemicals”, are man-made substances that negatively affect human health. By testing well water samples for these chemicals, we can better understand the health risks for Maine households.

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