"Dark air"...Little attention has been paid to the potential for regulation of PFAS air emissions.
Policies that aim to reduce urban sprawl may be increasing water pollution, according to a Penn State researcher.
Recent testing near the Madison Heights site where green ooze started leaking along Interstate 696 last month has found the presence of PFAS in sewers and a creek.
The ubiquitous compounds known as PFAS are nearly indestructible. But scientists are learning to split their ultra-strong carbon-fluorine bonds.
Regulating just seven types of PFAS won’t be enough.
The Navy prevailed in a legal battle between state and federal toxic cleanup law centering on PFAS chemicals.
A hearing occurred in the Federal District Court for Eastern Pennsylvania before Judge Gerald Pappert concerning PFAS.
On Jan 10, the White House Council on Environmental Quality published significant revisions to regulations implementing the National Environmental Policy Act.