May 7, 2021

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PFAS continued to be widely used in the 1990s and early 2000s. But in the 2006, the US EPA invited the major leading companies producing PFAS to join a global stewardship program to achieve a 95% reduction of PFOA by 2010, and then a complete phase out by 2015.

Take a look at this timeline below, which is part two of a 5-part PFAS series with Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF).

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