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Forever Litigation: the PFAS Project

PFAS Exposure Can Warrant Medical Care: Top Science Adviser

Doctors should offer medical tests to patients likely to have elevated exposure to PFAS to empower them to protect their health, the nation’s top federal scientific advisory institution says.

White House Unveils Multiagency Plan to Cut PFAS Pollution

The White House EPA announced on Monday plans, ongoing efforts, and research eight agencies have undertaken to reduce PFAS in the nation’s air, water, land, and food.

Biden’s ‘Bold’ PFAS Regulation Plan Puts Companies on Notice

The Biden administration’s new plan to regulate “forever chemicals” sends a message to U.S. companies to know what goes into their products or eventually face legal consequences, said attorneys involved in litigation over the substances.

More PFAS Cleanups Possible Following Two Coming EPA Rules

Two rules the EPA aims to propose later this year could help the agency and state regulators order PFAS cleanups, an official said Wednesday.

DuPont Sued for Water Contamination by Kidney Cancer Patient

E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. is facing claims that it contaminated West Virginia and Ohio watersheds with toxins that led to a resident developing kidney cancer, according to a complaint filed in federal court.

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DuPont, Chemours, Corteva to Pay $1.19 Billion in PFAS Pact

DuPont de Nemours Inc., Chemours Co. and DuPont spinoff Corteva Inc.agreed to pay $1.185 billion to resolve hundreds of pollution claims by cities, towns and local water agencies over “forever chemicals” that allegedly fouled waters across the US.

Chemours, DuPont, CTVA Rise on US Water Systems Settlement

The Chemours Company, DuPont de Nemours and Corteva all rose Friday after saying they’ve reached an agreement in principle to comprehensively resolve all claims related to per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, in drinking water.

PFAS: The 'Forever Chemicals'

The EPA says more than 600 PFAS chemicals are in the marketplace in the U.S. While states are racing to regulate PFAS, while the federal government lags.