Skip to main content

European countries announce plan to phase out toxic PFAS chemicals by 2030

By December 19, 2019March 2nd, 2020PFAS in the news

Environmental officials from Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark today announced a plan to restrict all PFAS compounds under Europe’s chemical regulations framework. The announcement in Brussels came one day after the submission of a document to the European Commission that lays out a strategy to phase out most uses of PFAS compounds by 2030, and one week after the commission proposed a drinking water standard for the entire class of chemicals.  Read more…