According to a press release, New Jersey will become the first state to set formal Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) and will require statewide testing of public drinking water systems for PFOA and PFNA.

The DEP has accepted the New Jersey Drinking Water Quality Institute’s recommended drinking water standard of 14 parts per trillion for PFOA and has formally proposed a standard of 13 parts per trillion for PFNA, also recommended by the Drinking Water Quality Institute.

Read the full press release from the New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection.