States Raise Concerns About Potential Impacts Of PFAS Superfund Listing

April 13, 2022
ASHEVILLE, NC -- The heads of some state and territorial environment agencies are raising concerns about the potential widespread liability impacts of EPA’s plan to classify two well-known per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) as Superfund “hazardous substances,” a concern a top official says the agency is grappling with. During the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS) spring meeting earlier this month, several state environmental leaders echoed concerns raised by drinking water and wastewater utilities, which have urged the White House...

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