From Inside PFAS Policy

Utilities Raise Cost, Other Concerns In Suit Over Landmark PFAS Rule

June 10, 2024
Drinking water utilities are suing EPA over the agency’s landmark new Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) limits for six PFAS, outlining a number of alleged shortcomings including its cost estimates, use of a novel “hazard index” for some PFAS mixtures and the issuance of a preliminary determination to regulate simultaneously with the proposed rule. “Scientific process matters, especially when it will set precedent for how EPA develops future drinking water regulations,” American Water Works Association (AWWA) CEO David LaFrance and...

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