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EPA moves to make US polluters pay for cleanup of two forever chemicals

  • President Biden's administration has implemented a policy to restrict the spread of PFOS and PFOA, chemicals used in products like firefighting foam and Teflon coatings.
  • These chemicals are now designated as hazardous substances under the Superfund law, allowing the EPA to hold responsible parties accountable for cleaning up pollution.
  • Despite no longer being produced in the US, PFOS and PFOA, known as forever chemicals, have contaminated the drinking water of millions of Americans.
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