Where Is The Clearest Water In The Usa

The Environmental Protection Agency is moving to regulate so-called "forever chemicals." Known as PFAS, these chemicals are found in a variety of household products and have been linked to health problems, including some cancers. The chemicals have contaminated water supplies throughout the U.S., including here in Minnesota.

MPR News reporter Kirsti Marohn joined Minnesota Now with Cathy Wurzer to help us unpack the EPA’s new plan.

Plus, Tom Johnson, Minnesota Toxics Program Organizer at Clear Water Action, joined the show to tell us about clean water advocates working toward more regulation of PFAS.

For Marohn’s full story, click here: What the EPA's plan to regulate 'forever chemicals' means for Minnesota.

Use the audio player above to listen to the full conversation.

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Source : https://www.mprnews.org/episode/2021/10/20/what-to-know-about-the-epas-plan-to-regulate-forever-chemicals-in-drinking-water

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What to know about the EPAs plan to regulate forever chemicals in drinking water

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What to know about the EPAs plan to regulate forever chemicals in drinking water

Veterans non-profit, US Coast Guard, SCDNR remove several abandoned boats from the Intracoastal Waterway

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Veterans non-profit, US Coast Guard, SCDNR remove several abandoned boats from the Intracoastal Waterway