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For Immediate Release

September 1st, 2016

Contact: Ryan Mahoney





CONCORD- Earlier this week, state officials and Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics announced plans to extend the Litchfield Public Water System to up to 360 homes and businesses that are on private wells and affected by the elevated levels of PFOA in the vicinity of the Saint-Gobain plant. Sen. Donna Soucy, who represents Litchfield in the Senate released the following statement on the agreement:


“I am very pleased with this agreement that will help provide a permanent public water supply for so many affected families and businesses in Litchfield. I applaud both the NH Department of Environmental Services and Saint-Gobain for their work in ensuring a safe drinking water supply for all those affected by the high levels of PFOAs.”


“There is still much work to be done and I will continue to work with state officials, Saint-Gobain, and most importantly, the people and businesses affected to ensure that they can count on a safe and clean drinking water supply.”





Senator Donna Soucy Applauds Public Water Expansion in Litchfield

Agreement will ensure 360 Litchfield homes and businesses have access to safe drinking water
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