The plan follows two incidents at Bradley Airport and calls for testing water supplies, reducing PFAS in the environment and cleaning up contamination.
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EPA is releasing a Systematic Review Protocol for five PFAS toxicity assessments for a 45-day public comment period.
EPA said it is modifying the 2015 CCR regulation “in order to promote increased recycling in infrastructure projects and other uses.”
The term “emerging contaminants” is somewhat of a misnomer in that some of these constituents have been well recognized for decades.
A letter from more than two dozen members of Congress calls on the EPA to withdraw its proposal to roll back coal ash standards.
Up to 40,000 residents intend to sue the Australian government, making it the country’s largest class action lawsuit.
A pilot project to remediate PFAS-contaminated soil has been approved via a permit from the Alaska Department of Conservation.
EPA will cap former dump areas, treat contaminated groundwater and dig up and remove contaminated soil, among other steps.
Michigan initially announced its plan to sue over PFAS contaminants in drinking water months ago.