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Pentagon needs ‘culture change’ on pollution, say PFAS caucus members

By January 30, 2021February 1st, 2021PFAS in the news

WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Department of Defense must adopt a more constructive attitude toward cleaning up toxic “forever chemical” pollution, say members of a bipartisan caucus in Congress that’s pushing the new administration to move swiftly on regulations that would curb exposure to PFAS chemicals in the environment.

U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint, called for a “culture change” among leadership at the Pentagon when dealing with fluorochemical pollution cleanup during a call with reporters on Jan. 29 to announce a relaunching of the Congressional PFAS Task Force for the new legislative session. Read more…