Honeywell Will Test Neighboring Homes For VOCs After They Are Found In Groundwater At Former Hoosick Falls Facility
by Alex Brooks
In the course of its investigation of PFOA contamination at its industrial sites in Hoosick Falls where PFOA was used, Honeywell has found levels of several Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) exceeding federal standards in groundwater at a site on lower John Street owned by the company and formerly used by its predecessor companies.
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