PFAS Continue To Be a Priority Among Some NH Lawmakers
December 13, 2023
Read the full article by Ani Freedman (InDepthNH.org)
"In the months that followed the sudden announcement that Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics would be closing their Merrimack plant, the fight against PFAS pollution continued.
Several state Representatives have not relinquished their demands for accountability, healthcare support, and systemic change in how PFAS, or forever chemicals, are addressed.
In the wake of Saint-Gobain’s PFAS pollution into the drinking water in and around Merrimack, legislators are working to ensure that once the company is gone next year, citizens will not be forgotten."