Attorney Sees Rapid TSCA Action On PFAS But Warns Against Grouping

March 18, 2021
An industry attorney is laying out a case against environmentalists’ bid for EPA to regulate per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) as a single class or in large groups under TSCA, saying that while he expects the Biden administration’s PFAS agenda to “ramp up very quickly” there is little precedent or justification for a class-based approach. Speaking at a March 17 webcast hosted by the law firm Keller Heckman, Herb Estreicher, a partner with the firm, argued that EPA has limited...

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