In this month’s edition of Business Insights, we take an initial look at PFAS, including the current regulatory status, as well as early estimates on the future direction.
The money will be used at closed landfills once operated by the former Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority.
The plan relies on excavation with ash placed in lined landfills and resolves pending environmental litigation related to basin closure methods.
Chemours and North Carolina’s Division of Air Quality will conduct testing to confirm the thermal oxidizer is reducing PFAS air emissions.
The agency also approved the second state coal ash permit program for Georgia.