Buffalo Meeting To Work On Water Issues

(Buffalo, IA) -- The city of Buffalo is working on improving its water system after tests showed high levels of forever chemicals, or PFAS.

PFAS carry a risk of adverse health effects, when consumed over time.

A city council meeting was held Monday to discuss the city's water situation.

Water hardness was also a topic discussed at the meeting, with local business owners complaining that water hardness is disrupting certain machines, such as an ice machine.

Buffalo members say they don't have a solution yet for the hardness problems but will look into creating a new well if necessary.

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