From Inside PFAS Policy

EPA Faces Likely Suits Over PFAS Water Rule’s Science, Novel Approach

April 23, 2024
EPA appears likely to face litigation from manufacturers and other industry groups as well as water utilities over its landmark final rule regulating six PFAS in drinking water, legal experts say, pointing to potential challenges over the science underpinning the rule as well as the novel “hazard index” approach the agency used to set standards. Doug Benevento, former acting EPA administrator and Region 8 administrator during the Trump administration and now a partner at Holland & Hart law firm, says...

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