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Strategic Perspectives - EPA Issues Proposed RCRA Rules to Address Corrective Action of PFAS Contamination
Strategic Perspectives - EPA Issues Proposed RCRA Rules to Address Corrective Action of PFAS Contamination

Lathrop GPM attorney Susan McMichael was published by Wolters Kluwer in the article titled "Strategic Perspectives - EPA issues proposed RCRA rules to address corrective action of PFAS contamination."

In February, EPA proposed two new rules under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) that addresses corrective action processes and clean-up of nine forever chemicals - or PFAS - and other emerging contaminants at certain RCRA treatment, storage, and disposal (TSDF) facilities. The proposed rules are part of EPA’s PFAS Strategic Roadmap that include multiple regulatory efforts to address PFAS contamination. In the article, Susan examines the main issues and key take-aways to consider on both proposed rules, which have March 11 and April 8 deadlines for submitting comments to EPA.

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