As reported in our blog back in June, the Environmental Protection Agency unveiled new drinking-water health advisories (HAs) for PFAS contaminants. Specifically, the advisories drastically reduced acceptable PFOA and PFOS water levels from 70 parts per trillion (set in 2016) down to 0.004 parts per trillion for PFOA and 0.02 parts per trillion for PFOS.
These new advisories, however, are already the subject of attack. Last week, a leading trade association filed a petition challenging these new HAs.
The petition was filed with the U.S. …Continue Reading