EPA to propose first-ever ‘forever chemical’ discharge limits

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on Wednesday that it will propose a rule to set the first-ever limits on the amount of chemicals called PFAS can be discharged. 

In a new plan released on Wednesday, the agency affirmed that it would propose a rule setting limits for PFAS wastewater discharges from facilities that manufacture the substances, as well as from chromium electroplating facilities. 

https://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/571391-epa-to-propose-first-ever-forever-chemical-discharge-limits

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