As we’ve posted here before, by statutory enactment, Maine intends to ban the sale, marketing, and distribution of products or product components containing intentionally added PFAS, effective January 1

Continue Reading Maine and Minnesota Accepting Proposals Through March 1, 2024 for “Currently Unavoidable Use” Exemptions from Upcoming State Ban on PFAS-Containing Products

On May 24, 2023, Minnesota’s Governor signed into law a sweeping set of statutory provisions concerning the handling and sale of PFAS-containing products within Minnesota. Among other things, the statute

Continue Reading Minnesota Statute Takes a Robust Approach to PFAS Regulation, Including Reporting Requirements for Manufacturers and a Sales Ban

On November 15, 2022, in response to a challenge by 3M, the Michigan Court of Claims invalidated the drinking water MCLs and attendant groundwater standards for several PFAS substances, including

Continue Reading Michigan Court Rules State PFAS Drinking Water Regulations Lacked Adequate Consideration of Costs, with Implications for Challenges to Federal PFAS Rulemakings

More and more states are passing statutes to restrict and/or monitor sales of products containing PFAS.  Recent news out of Maine suggests some practical downsides to a more aggressive legislative

Continue Reading California, Maine Take Similar but Different Approaches in Limiting Sales of Products Containing Intentionally-Added PFAS

Alongside USEPA’s recent issuance of new Health Advisory Levels, or HALs, for certain PFAS chemicals (namely, PFOA, PFOS, PFBS, and GenX), the Agency also announced that, as part of

Continue Reading EPA Announces Funding for Disadvantaged Communities to Address PFAS in Drinking Water, Synthesizing Approaches to PFAS and Environmental Justice