16 Sep 2021 | The Guardian
A new analysis of EPA data has revealed that PFAS chemicals – often known as “forever chemicals” due to their longevity in the environment – are contributing to the climate crisis as their production involves the emission of potent greenhouse gases.
15 Sep 2021 | WGBH
Firefighters across the region are decrying a decision by a Quincy-based association that sets national fire safety standards to allow the continued use of toxic PFAS in the manufacture of protective gear.
14 Sep 2021 | CT Insider
The purpose of the study will be to examine the polluting effects of contaminants of emerging concern.
14 Sep 2021 | Star Tribune
Decades-old pollutants raise fresh concerns as company, regulators work out remediation plan.
14 Sep 2021 | Iosco County-Herald
The remedial action alternatives that have been proposed are pump-and-treat by granular activated carbon, pump-and-treat by ion exchange or no action.
14 Sep 2021 | The Guardian
Manufacturers should take a precautionary approach, by designing alternatives that biodegrade.
13 Sep 2021 | Up North Issues
Marinette has found PFOA at levels as high as 254,000 ppt, and PFOS at levels as high as 64,000 ppt.
10 Sep 2021 | Water & Wastes Digest
An overview of regulations, treatment & challenges surrounding PFAS in biosolids.
9 Sep 2021 | WXPR
Notable concentrations of PFAS in rainwater were found not only at sampling sites in industrial cities like Chicago or Cleveland, but in Eagle Harbor, as well.
If You Purchased Kroger Simple Truth Branded Disposable Plates, Bowls, and/or Platters a Class Action Settlement May Affect You
9 Sep 2021 | PR Newswire
The lawsuit alleged that the products contain PFAS.
8 Sep 2021 | Pleasanton Weekly
City officials are currently proceeding with the estimated $46 million project's final design to address the detection of PFAS in the city's wells.
8 Sep 2021 | State House News Service
The proposition of replacing our foam stock commonwealth-wide is daunting.
7 Sep 2021 | NRDC
AB 1200 will also require disclosure for use of toxic chemicals in cookware
Connecticut Will Inspect More Than 2,400 Locations in the Hunt for Dangerous PFAS Chemical Contamination
7 Sep 2021 | Hartford Courant
Connecticut’s health agency also plans to spend roughly $500,000 to purchase specialized lab equipment that is needed to detect extremely small amounts of the chemicals in the water.
3 Sep 2021 | Great Lakes Echo
The new equipment can test for 30 different analytes of PFAS and reliably report results with low detection limits.