EPA considering second round of national PFAS testing
from Bloomberg Environment
Water suppliers across the nation could be required to sample for manmade "forever chemicals" in an attempt to gauge just how prevalent the contaminants are in drinking supplies. Matthew Small, chairman of EPAs Regional Science Council for the Pacific Southwest, said the agency was considering adding per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, to its fifth nationwide sampling program, which would require testing to begin in 2023.
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