EPA unveils new strategy to address US contamination of ‘forever’ chemicals October 18, 2021

The Guardian

“The concerns have been well known for about 20 years now,” said Dusty Horwitt, author of a recent report on PFAS by the nonprofit group Physicians for Social Responsibility. “The EPA has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to protecting the public from PFAS pollution.”

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