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EPA action boosts grassroots momentum to reduce toxic 'forever chemicals' in Chattanooga area, elsewhere

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The Environmental Working Group says it has logged more than 2,800 sites in the U.S. The EPA issued new advisories on PFAS in drinking water in June. The agency this year is expected to propose new limits onPFAS in public water systems. If those drinking water regulations mirror the EPA's latest advisories, water system operators will need to act.
1 month ago·Rome, United States

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EPA action boosts grassroots momentum to reduce toxic 'forever chemicals' in Chattanooga area, elsewhere

The intake pumps that once drew 6 million gallons of water a day from the Oostanaula River now sit mostly dormant in this northwestern Georgia city.

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EPA boosts grassroots momentum to reduce toxic ‘forever chemicals’

ROME — The intake pumps that once drew 6 million gallons of water a day from the Oostanaula River now sit mostly dormant in this northwestern Georgia city.

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