December 13, 2021

Environmental Working Group Director Explains Congressional Action on PFAS

Congress has agreed to allocate more than $500 million to help clean up the PFAS toxic forever chemical, which has become an increasingly present environmental problem. It also agreed to a moratorium on the incineration of PFAS, which was secretly burnt at the Norlite hazardous waste facility in Cohoes NY in recent years. Colin O’Neil, Legislative Director of the Environmental Working Group, discusses the issue with Mark Dunlea with the Hudson Mohawk Radio Network.

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