California investigating PFAS sources
California has begun investigating sites that could be sources of PFAS (per- or polyfluoroalkyl chemicals) in its water system. The State has thus far visited airports, landfills, chrome platers and publicly owned treatment works. According to Jeff Longsworth, NAFEM legal counsel, Barnes & Thornburg, “California has indicated that it also may reach out to nonstick cookware and food packaging manufacturers in the future.”
More information on PFAS is available in this Fast Facts blog from NAFEM’s legal team at Barnes & Thornburg.