Briefly: Water permit restricts Suncor’s discharge of “forever chemicals”

The Colorado Sun reports that a renewed water discharge permit issued by state health officials places tougher restrictions on the Suncor petroleum refinery. The new permit will require Suncor to limit levels of PFAS “forever chemicals,” benzene, arsenic, selenium and other toxins, in the water they discharge, although PFAS restrictions won’t be enforceable until 2027.

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