The governor has filed regulations that would mandate PFAS testing for public water systems. The regulations have some teeth, requiring that polluters clean up soil and groundwater at PFAS-contaminated sites. Importantly, the administration set aside $24 million to help communities test for and remove forever chemicals.
“Families should have confidence in the safety of their drinking water,” said Brad Campbell, executive director of the Conservation Law Foundation.
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