Proposed Standards On Toxic Chemicals In Drinking Water Will Require Local Testing, Possibly Costly Fixes | Conservation Law Foundation

Proposed Standards On Toxic Chemicals In Drinking Water Will Require Local Testing, Possibly Costly Fixes

Gabrielle Emanuel, WGBH

“These rules are good news for public health in Massachusetts,” said Brad Campbell, president of the Conservation Law Foundation.

Campbell’s nonprofit filed the original petition that prompted the state to start the process of establishing PFAS standards in October 2018. “The administration responded in a very timely way and in a very substantive way,” he said

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