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NC getting tougher on PFAS polluters, but researchers say more action is needed

By September 10, 2020September 11th, 2020PFAS in the news, PFAS-REACH team news

North Carolina is getting tougher on industries that pollute the state’s air and waterways with potentially carcinogenic per- and polyfluoroalkyl compounds, commonly known as PFAS or “forever chemicals.” On Aug. 10, state Attorney General Josh Stein announced that he is starting an investigation into manufacturers and others that have fouled the state’s lakes, rivers and streams with PFAS. Read more…