Clash Over New Jersey’s PFAS Levels Previews Responses To EPA

June 7, 2019
In a potential preview of what EPA and other regulators can expect to see on any plans to regulate per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), industry and environmentalists are clashing over New Jersey’s landmark plans to set drinking water and other standards for the contaminants and what science should be used to do so. In recently filed comments, industry parties say New Jersey ignored the best available science and economic impacts when proposing the nation’s strictest drinking water standards for two...

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