Yesterday the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency announced several metro water bodies now have new protective water and fish consumption value for PFOS. The target waters include Lake Elmo, Raleigh Creek, Eagle Point Lake, Horseshoe Lake, and Tartan Pond. Because of the values of PFOS found in fish in these waters, the Minnesota Department of Health is extending "do not eat" fish consumption advice to these bodies of water. Signage will be installed to advise anglers. More information can be found here
, and a full copy of this brief is availablehere.