The EPA released new limits on ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

The EPA issued a new rule requiring water treatment facilities to remove some specific carcinogenic chemicals, commonly referred to as PFAS or “forever chemicals.” Compliance with the rule will cost about $1.5 billion annually, according to the EPA, but other research suggests compliance could cost closer to $3.8 billion annually: https://cnb.cx/4cR6HxU

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