How Colorado is preventing PFAS contamination from the oil and gas industry August 4, 2022

Photo: Ted Auch, FracTracker Alliance, 2021

Environmental Health News

“When you’re talking about chemicals as toxic and persistent as PFAS, it’s extraordinarily risky to allow them in oil and gas extraction,” Dusty Horwitt, an environmental health consultant who testified before Colorado lawmakers considering the drilling disclosure law, told EHN.

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