Camp Stanley


The Army is committed to ensuring quality drinking water is provided to its Soldiers, family members, and civilians. Proactive sampling is performed by the Army on its drinking water systems and coordination with other purveyors of drinking water to installations occurs to ensure PFOS/PFOA remains below 70 parts per trillion (ppt) for PFOS and PFOA (individually or combined). While not an enforceable regulatory standard, this represents a concentration in drinking water that is not expected to produce adverse health effects if the water is consumed over an entire lifetime.

Status:  Finished drinking water, which is the treated water people drink at Camp Stanley, is purchased by the Army. Water testing for PFOS/PFOA can be performed by either the drinking water provider or the Army.  There have been no reported exceedances of the EPA 2016 lifetime health advisory levels.

PFOA + PFOS Results:  below the laboratory's ability to detect

Test results date: December 2023

Testing Frequency:  every 3 years

Future Testing Event:  June 2024

History:  As a proactive measure  in 2016-2017, the Army tested  the drinking water wells at Camp Stanley for PFAS. Results showed an exceedance (481 ppt) of the EPA lifetime health advisory. The drinking water supply system was shutdown and the camp switched over to municipal water.  

Type of drinking water systems:  Purchased

For questions contact:  Public Affairs

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