PFAS Cleanup Backers Face Unexpected Foe: Water Utilities

After decades of inaction, the federal government has gotten serious about cleaning up PFAS, a class of compounds known as “forever chemicals” that have been linked to health problems and inhabit the bloodstream of nearly every American.

With $3 Billion PFAS Cleanup Price Tag Looming, Pentagon Looks to Industry for Ideas

Staring down a $3 billion — and growing — tab to clean up water sources at military installations across the country that are contaminated with cancer-causing chemicals linked to firefighting foam, the Defense Department is now in discussions with private firms about potential cleanup solutions that might reduce the cost.