EPA Leaves Door Open To PFAS MCL, But Warns Of 'Multi-Year' Process

March 23, 2018
Updated Story A senior EPA water official is leaving the door open to issuing a federally-enforceable standard targeting per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a common class of drinking water contaminants, saying that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will consider setting the limit some states are seeking, though he cautioned it's a years-long process. “This is one of the issues that he will certainly think about,” Peter Grevatt, director of EPA's Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water told...

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