Briefly: Dozens of Colorado water sources won’t meet new EPA PFAS standards

The Denver Post reports that the long-awaited new federal PFAS standards, which lower almost to zero the amount of the “forever chemicals” acceptable in drinking water, will not be met by some Colorado drinking water systems. The standards now enter a 60-day comment period after which they will become final. However, the new standards could still take years to finalize.

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