Congressman Kildee Introduces Bill to Set Drinking Water Standards for PFAS Chemicals

New legislation introduced by a Michigan congressman would set a drinking water standard for PFAS chemicals. 

The bipartisan bill was introduced by Congressman Dan Kildee from Michigan’s 5th District.

It would require the EPA to set an enforceable standard nationwide for PFAS within two years.

Right now the EPA only has voluntary advisory guidelines for just two types of PFAS chemicals.