The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on June 15, 2022, issued new, more rigorous drinking water health advisories for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Two of these levels are drastically more stringent than previous levels and likely mean hundreds, if not thousands, of drinking water systems nationwide will be affected. The agency also announced up to $5 billion in grant funding to help communities prepare and deal with these contaminants. This webinar will discuss what water sector utilities need to know, what the Health Advisories mean and what resources may be available. The speakers are:

Gary Hunter, WEF PFAS Task Force, Black & Veatch

Deborah Nagle, US EPA Office of Science and Technology, Washington, DC
Fred Andes, Barnes & Thornburg, Chicago, IL
Jeff Longsworth, Barnes & Thornburg, Washington, DC

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