When will the PFAS MCLs be finalized?

Jan. 17, 2024
A history of EPA's proposed PFAS regulation, when it will be finalized and how it will affect the nation's water utilities.

The U.S. EPA's pending regulation for PFAS in drinking water would set MCLs for 6 major PFAS compounds in drinking water. But when will this regulation be finalized, and how will it affect utilities?

This video explores the history behind EPA's proposed PFAS drinking water regulation, where the agency missed its first deadlines, and when EPA expects to finally finalize its proposed regulation. Claudio Ternieden, executive director of the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) and Mike McGill, president of WaterPIO share their input and expertise.

About the Author

Jeremy Wolfe

Jeremy Wolfe is a former Editor for WaterWorld magazine.

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