Mass. Sets New Limits On Toxic PFAS Chemicals

Barbara Moran, WBUR

“We think ultimately the science will show that the standards should be even tighter, but this will certainly improve the protection of public health, and it opens a process to ensure that all these toxic chemicals can be out of our drinking water,” said Brad Campbell, president of the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF). The nonprofit originally filed the petition that initiated the process to set state standards for PFAS chemicals.

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