impacts of proposed epa rules on testing for forever chemicals in drinking water

Impacts of proposed EPA rules on testing for ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

Water treatment facilities across the country could have to start testing for so-called ‘forever chemicals’ under a new proposal from the Environmental Protection Agency. City of Toledo, Ohio officials say they would see costs go up by about $1,000 if they had to test for PFAS but wouldn’t have to pass those costs on to customers. Read the full story by WTVG-TV – Toledo, OH.

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