PENNSYLVANIA (WHTM) — Pennsylvania is adopting new regulations regarding drinking water and harmful PFAS chemicals.

PFAS are manmade chemicals used since the 1940s to make non-stick cookware, water-repellant clothing, and stain-resistant fabrics; They are also found in firefighting chemicals.

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However, PFAS have been linked to health complications.

The new regulations will set a maximum level for two forms of PFAS in drinking water.