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.
PFAS State Activity Tracker
PFAS Measures Advance in State Legislatures: State Tracker
A pilot program to test for PFAS in the blood of 1,000 Indiana firefighters and a ban on PFAS in outdoor clothing sold in New York are among the “forever chemical” bills that are advancing in legislatures across the country.
DuPont Trims Suez Water New York’s PFAS Contamination Lawsuit
Saint-Gobain Wins Appeal on ‘Forever Chemical’ Health Monitoring
Medical monitoring for the increased health risk caused by exposure to a toxic substance is not enough to establish a legal injury under New Hampshire law, the state’s high court ruled Tuesday.
NY To Ban Use of ‘Forever Chemicals’ in New Clothing By 2025
New York by 2025 would ban the sale of new clothing containing PFAS, a class of chemicals that have been linked to cancer, according to a bill headed to Gov. Kathy Hochul for her consideration.
Firefighters Union Files Suit Over Toxic PFAS in Protective Gear
The National Fire Protection Association imposed a testing standard that required the use of PFAS in firefighter protective gear despite the chemicals’ health risks, the International Association of Fire Fighters alleged in a lawsuit filed Thursday in Massachusetts state court.