PFAS: What’s Happening In Your State?

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or "PFAS" as they are commonly known, are a group of thousands of man-made chemicals that have been manufactured in the United States and around the globe for several decades.  These days, PFAS are a frequent topic of discussion for many environmental professionals, as affected clients make efforts to prepare themselves for seemingly inevitable regulation.  But the prep work that is involved depends on where the client is operating, as the type of and speed at which regulatory changes are occurring varies across the nation.

In her article, “PFAS: State-by-State Regulatory Update,” ALL4’s Kayla Turney does an excellent job generally summarizing the current federal and state regulatory activities related to PFAS, separated by media:

PFAS will continue to be an important environmental topic for years to come.  The Burr & Forman Environment and Land Use Team will be monitoring for PFAS-related updates from EPA and the various state environmental agencies.  Please reach out to our team with any questions.

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