EPA continues to advance aggressive PFAS strategy with new RCRA rulemakings

Claud Mccoid

The EPA continues its force to regulate and minimize PFAS, small for for each- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, in the United States. Its most recent proposed motion, if adopted, will considerably effect the regulated community. On Oct 26, EPA announced its intent to initiate two rulemakings to propose incorporating PFOA, PFOS, PFBS and GenX as RCRA dangerous constituents and to clarify its authority, below the RCRA Corrective Action Software, to need investigation and cleanup of rising contaminants this kind of…
By: Thompson Coburn LLP

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