In two of our previous posts, we discussed the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “Hazardous Substance” Designation Process and the Implications of a Designation on Responsible Parties. Here,
Continue Reading Potential Impact PFOA and PFOS Designation as “Hazardous Substance” on Ongoing EPA-lead Investigations and Remediations

As previously reported, the Biden administrative is expected to make PFAS regulation and enforcement a priority by, among other things: designating PFAS as hazardous substances, setting enforceable limits under
Continue Reading EPA Nominee Confirms Focus on PFAS; Advances to Full Senate Confirmation Vote

The Biden Administration has pledged to designate certain PFAS as hazardous substances under federal law. What effect would the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) designation of PFOA and PFOS
Continue Reading Implications of EPA Designation of PFOA and PFOS as “Hazardous Substances”

In September 2020, the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) finalized the settlement of an enforcement action against Cannon Air Force Base (CAFB), a federal facility, relating to the facility’s discharge
Continue Reading State PFAS Enforcement Against the Federal Government – Irresistible Force Meets Immovable Object?

In July 2020, we posted on takeback disposal options for some PFAS-containing firefighting foams, with a caveat about recent actions taken by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
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