WES has wrapped up work at the Easton Wells PFAS Treatment facilities and was in attendance for the ribbon cutting event on April 2, 2024.

The project included the installation of three filter plants to service three existing wells, which are now all operational in filtering out PFAS from the town’s drinking water in accordance with Massachusetts DEP regulations. Easton officials had determined it would be beneficial to install the PFAS treatment filter plants at wells 1,2, and 4 after discovering PFAS levels exceeding the Maximum Contaminant Level. WES installed the new filter plants, which use an ion exchange resin to filter out PFAS and made updates to existing infrastructure at the three sites.