The House of Representatives is expected to begin marking up a bill on Jan. 9 that would require the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances, and legislators could vote on the bill as early as Jan. 10. The package contains language that would direct the EPA to set limits for PFAS in drinking water and offer guidance for minimizing use of the materials in firefighting foam.
House to begin marking up broad PFAS package next week
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