This article states that this fire-fighting foam is the source of water contamination:

This firefighting foam containing perflourinated compounds has contaminated the groundwater around military bases and fire stations across the US.

The state of New Hampshire filed a lawsuit claiming that nationwide there is much polluted drinking water that is the result of the use of perfluorinated chemicals (a group of more than 4,000 compounds know as PFAS).  Who is responsible?  Dupont and 3M.  The companies failed to warn us.  These companies knowingly released these compounds into the environment.  Their actions made the groundwater and surface water unfit to drink.

This is a big water/ health problem.  PFAS are detectable in the blood of most humans. 

PFAS have been used to make a lot of stuff (non-stick or heat resistance surfaces).  They have been used to waterproof shoes and clothing.

Dupont and 3M knowingly contaminated drinking water across the US, lawsuits allege

This article states: PFAS chemicals, used in hundreds of consumer products, have been linked to weakened childhood immunity, thyroid disease, cancer and other health problems.  PFOA, formerly used to make DuPont’s Teflon, and PFOS, formerly in 3M’s Scotchgard, have been phased out in the U.S., but manufacturers have replaced them with chemically similar, largely untested compounds that may be no safer according to a press release from the EWG.

There are no legally enforceable limits for Fas chemicals under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act.  The EPA’s non-binding health advisory level for drinking water is 70 parts per trillion, or ppt, for PFOA and PFOS, separately or in combination.

Michigan has 192 sites on the map, followed by California at 47,, and New Jersey at 43.  The map also documents 117 military sites.

Are toxins of this nature in Arizona waters?

Yes. 1

How can I test if pfas are in my water? 

 Here is a very respected water testing laboratory you can contact:

Can pfas be removed from my water?


The effective technologies to remove pfas include activated carbon treatment, ion exchange resins, and high pressure membranes, like nanofiltration or reverse osmosis. 

We can help you determine which water treatment option is the best for you.  Boyett’s family water treatment (480) 969-7251 Mesa, Arizona.

What is that?

It reminds me of a piece of steel off a ship wreck deep in the ocean.

This is a bolt off our old portable exchange evacuation assembly.   We torched it off to install a new.

To me it is a treasure (sacred artifact).  I am surrounded by many.  We are committed to move forward and make our equipment better by providing more efficient services to you.   We hold on to reminders of the path we have traveled and how important it is to move on.

Much work went in to our current portable exchange tank evacuation infrastructure.  Here are some pictures of this developing and building efforts and design initiative.

Here is the structure today:

This work is to provide this incredible portable exchange soft water delivery service to you (here it is  We provide this service to select service areas.


Water in 9 other Arizona places has tested high for firefighting foam toxins

  • Water systems don’t have to act
  • Their effort to get the chemicals out of their water was voluntary.
  • Even though the chemicals have been linked to cancer and other serious health issues, the Environmental Protection Agency hasn’t yet set an enforceable rule dictating at what level water systems need to remove PFOS and PFOA from their drinking water.

Boyett’s family has proven water treatment strategies that can remove these bad toxins and chemicals (including pfos and pfoa). The methods we utilize include activated carbon treatment, ion exchange resins, and high pressure membranes, like nanofiltration or reverse osmosis.  Hayden Boyett (to contact me; text or call 602.291.4157