EPA Assures States PFAS MCL Proposal Will Reflect Detection Capability

September 20, 2022
Correction Appended PARK CITY, UTAH -- EPA Assistant Administrator for Water Radhika Fox is assuring states that the agency’s proposed drinking water standards for the two most-studied PFAS will take into account the current feasibility of laboratory detection methods while emphasizing the benefits of having a uniform, national enforceable standard. Speaking to the Environmental Council of the States fall meeting Sept. 19, Fox sought to reassure state officials who are concerned about how to address the risk communication challenge...

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