Noon Wednesday: Abating PFAS Pollution


Noon Wednesday: Abating PFAS Pollution

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

February 5, 2020

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As statewide awareness of a class of chemicals known as PFAS has raised alarm over contamination concerns, lawmakers are looking to speed up regulation and abatement in the absence of federal rules. Carly Michiels, director of government relations at Clean Wisconsin, joins us to talk about the impact and response of these “forever chemicals.”


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