EPA releases final PFAS drinking water regulations – with five-year compliance timeline


The EPA has released its much-awaited National Primary Drinking Water Regulation for six different PFAS. The finalized rule includes new individual limits for some PFAS and gives water systems five years to be able to comply with the drinking water contaminant levels.

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances are a large group of synthetic organic chemicals used in many different industrial, commercial, and consumer applications since the 1940s. There are a wide variety of definitions for PFAS and consistent debate on which definition is most applicable.

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