Source: https://www.greenbiz.com/, January 13, 2020
By: Lauren Phipps
Recently, PFAS has received a growing amount of attention — and scrutiny — from everyone from environmental groups to the mainstream media, and its story continues to unfold. The U.S. House of Representatives passed a new PFAS bill that’s designed to manage this class of cancer-linked chemicals leaching into the water supply, which the White House subsequently announced that President Donald Trump likely would veto.
Given its well-deserved time in the limelight, I thought it would be helpful to ground this conversation in context and explore some implications for circularity. Read more.