What does the PFAS Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) Proposal Mean for You
US EPA proposed its long-awaited Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) for PFAS in the nation’s public water systems on Tuesday, March 14th. While we all expected the agency to propose MCLs for PFOA and PFOS, they also included limits for four additional PFAS, and in a very peculiar way – by using a Hazard Index as their MCL.
So how do you need to prepare for the PFAS Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) when EPA finalizes the Rule?
Join Pace® experts Paul Jackson, PFAS Program Manager, Kevin Custer, Program Manager – Environmental Compliance & Emerging Contaminants and Lindsay Boone, PFAS Technical Specialist, and in 45 minutes learn how to prepare for this significant change to the drinking water regulatory compliance landscape.