School to perform water system upgrades | Columbia County

NEW LEBANON – New Lebanon’s Central School District is set to install a water filtration system to treat the middle school and high school drinking water supply after recording high levels of perfluorooctane sulfonic acid, or PFOS, in January supply.

New Lebanon Central School District Superintendent Andrew Kourt announced Jan. 28 that levels of PFOS in New Lebanon High School drinking water were measured at 11 parts per trillion above the limit of 10 ppt from New York State Department of Health.

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