ECOS Publishes PFAS White Paper on Setting State Standards

The Environmental Council of States (ECOS) has published its White Paper entitled, “Processes and Considerations for Setting State PFAS Standards.” ECOS developed the paper with representatives of state environmental agencies and drinking water programs and other associations (including ASDWA). Its purpose it to help federal, state, and international authorities avoid unnecessary duplication of efforts, as well as understand and communicate about differences in state PFAS standards and guidelines. The paper examines information and data from 23 states on their processes and rulemaking requirements, and also includes specific toxicity criteria for each state’s guidelines in an appendices. To view the White Paper, visit the ECOS website.