VIDEO: Feds crack down on ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water

https://www.tiktok.com/@gandernewsroom/video/7357768546694335786 President Joe Biden’s administration this month finalized strict limits on so-called “forever chemicals” in drinking water, which are set to reduce them to the lowest level they can be reliably measured, curb exposure for 100 million people, and prevent thousands of illnesses. Sandy Wynn-Stelt, co-chair of the Great Lakes PFAS Action Network, said she lost her husband to health complications tied to PFAS exposure in 2016—and she expects the new federal standards will save lives.

By The 'Gander Staff

April 18, 2024
@gandernewsroom

President Joe Biden’s administration this month finalized strict limits on so-called “forever chemicals” in drinking water, which are set to reduce them to the lowest level they can be reliably measured, curb exposure for 100 million people, and prevent thousands of illnesses. Sandy Wynn-Stelt, co-chair of the Great Lakes PFAS Action Network, said she lost her husband to health complications tied to PFAS exposure in 2016—and she expects the new federal standards will save lives. Read more at the link in bio.

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President Joe Biden’s administration this month finalized strict limits on so-called “forever chemicals” in drinking water, which are set to reduce them to the lowest level they can be reliably measured, curb exposure for 100 million people, and prevent thousands of illnesses.

Sandy Wynn-Stelt, co-chair of the Great Lakes PFAS Action Network, said she lost her husband to health complications tied to PFAS exposure in 2016—and she expects the new federal standards will save lives.

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