In May 2017, the Minnesota Department of Health has announced new guidelines for specific contaminants that might be found in water. These new limits state that drinking water should contain no more than 35 parts per trillion of PFOA (perfluoro-octanoic acid) or 27 parts per trillion of PFOS (perfluoro-octanesulfonic acid). Click here to read this announcement from the MN Deptartment of Health.

According to the Twin Cities Pioneer Press on May 23, Woodbury, Cottage Grove, and St. Paul Park all have wells that have been affected these new guidelines; action has already begun by the cities to fix the issue. Click here to read more on

If you have concerns about your water, contact Culligan of Inver Grove Heights where our experts are trained to address your water treatment questions.

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