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Pleasanton council mulls options to treat PFAS water contaminants – Carollo

The Pleasanton City Council made headway on plans to repair a contaminated groundwater well and meet — if not exceed — future water quality standards earlier this month.

In a unanimous vote Sept. 1, the council approved a $437,374 contract with Walnut Creek-based Carollo Engineers to prepare a basis of design report for per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) treatment and rehabilitating the city’s groundwater wells 5, 6 and 8.

Read more In Pleasanton Weekly