Rules on 'forever chemicals' in drinking water in limbo | Conservation Law Foundation

Rules on ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water in limbo

Alex Kuffner, The Providence Journal

There are worries that the rules will be further delayed if they don’t move forward before Raimondo leaves for her new position in Washington as U.S. Secretary of Commerce.

“We’re anxiously awaiting the announcement of PFAS regulations,” said Amy Moses, Rhode Island director of the Conservation Law Foundation. “We absolutely should have safe drinking water.”

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