Survey Seyz Kansas City Water Safe

Just a bit more local reassurance amid constant complaints about funny tastes AND the worst-run municipal department in the Midwest.

Here's the money line . . .

"A spokesperson for KC Water, which serves residents in Kansas City, Missouri, says the utility "tests regularly for PFAS/PFOS per Safe Drinking Water Act requirements."

“KC Water continues to test for 'forever chemicals' in our water system and currently meets all federal and state requirements for safe quality drinking water and wastewater treatment,” the spokesperson said."

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As federal regulators tighten drinking water standards, local utilities say they meet guidelines

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed this week the first-ever national drinking water standard for two toxic chemicals found in drinking water. The toxic chemicals are part of a group of substances dubbed "forever chemicals" because of their inability to break down.