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PFAS Contaminated Sites

Since PFAS was first discovered at state-managed airports, DEC, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), and the Department of Administration (DOA) have been working together to respond to the contamination, including providing alternative drinking water and information to the affected communities, and to investigate the sources and extent of the contamination​.  The agencies are currently involved in response actions in Fairbanks, Gustavus, Dillingham, King Salmon, Moose Creek, North Pole​, and Yakutat.

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PFAS Contaminated Sites

An inventory of all sites where PFAS contamination has been identified in soil and water can be found here: PFAS Sites in Alaska (XLS). This list will be updated monthly, or as new sites are added. Information about these sites, including environmental documents that are available, may be accessed through the Contaminated Sites Database by entering the site's Hazard ID, shown on the MS Excel spreadsheet.

For questions on these sites, contact John Halverson at 907-269-7545. Please continue to check back as we update this information.

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