PFAS continue to be topic of state and federal regulations

September 24, 2019

PFAS (per- or polyfluoroalkyl substances), chemicals used in nonstick cookware, metal and plastic plating, and other consumer products, are increasing subject to state and federal regulations to minimize their impact on ground and drinking water. More information on PFAS is available in this Fast Facts blog from NAFEM’s legal team at Barnes & Thornburg. Members with questions and concerns about PFAS should contact NAFEM’s Vice President of Regulatory and Technical Affairs Charlie Souhrada, +1.312.821.0212.

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