Source: http://www.startribune.com/, January 14, 2020
by: Jennifer Bjorhus
State pollution regulators have found high levels of the toxic compounds called PFAS in two east metro creeks, prompting them to alert neighbors and question the effectiveness of a long-running effort to control the spread of the “forever chemicals.”
In addition, they have notified 3M Co., the chemicals’ original manufacturer, that it needs to submit an improved abatement strategy within 45 days. Read more.