California Bill Requires Expanded Testing For PFAS Chemicals In Water

February 20, 2020
A California state senator has introduced a bill that would require state water regulators to certify new methods for testing drinking water, groundwater and surface water for perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) chemicals, expanding state actions to address heightened fears about the potential health impacts of the substances. “Concern about potentially dangerous chemicals has risen in recent years and I believe now is the right time for the legislature to increase our efforts to have a clean water supply. I don’t...

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