Washington is putting strict limits on PFAS chemicals found in drinking water. That’s something the Town of Campbell has wanted for a long time.
“The EPA is proposing, so it’s a proposal, not a done deal, the strict limits of 4 parts per trillion for PFOA and PFOS,” Campbell supervisor Lee Donahue announced at the March meeting of the Campbell Town Board on Tuesday.
Donahue has been actively fighting for cleaner water for years, and she says town residents have been waiting since December for this report.
Wisconsin’s Tammy Baldwin is one of four U.S. Senators calling on airports to stop using foam containing PFAS.