What the EPA limits on “Forever Chemicals” in water mean

Clean water being poured in a glass.

In a Q&A, Brianne Callahan, of the University of Pennsylvania Water Center explains the new regulations on PFAS, plus how they might affect consumer water bills, health, and more.   The Environmental Protection Agency has set limits on the levels of PFAS, or “per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances,” allowed in drinking water. In addition, the Biden Administration announced $1 billion in funding for testing and treating both public water and privately owned wells.

Read the full Q&A in Omnia, the Penn Arts and Science blog


Scroll to Top