PFAS Article On Potential Superfund Issues Published By National Law Review

Aug 11, 2020 | News

John Gardella’s recent article regarding the impact that disposal of PFAS by water utilities may have down the road if the EPA deems PFAS to be “hazardous” substances was published by the prestigious National Law Review.  The article, entitled “PFAS Water Cleanup…Have You Bought Yourself a Multi-Million Dollar Superfund Issue?” examines how water utilities that may be undertaking water filtration steps to remove PFAS from public drinking water may not be considering the impact of disposing of the PFAS waste on future Superfund site determination and the costs associated with cleanup.

The National Law Review publishes on emerging legal issues and the articles that it publishes are regularly cited by other legal publications and main-stream media, with re-syndication through LexisNexis, Thomson West Reuters, BNA, Bloomberg, MSN, Bing, Yahoo, AppleNews and Google News and many and other channels.

CMBG3 Law is following judicial, legislative, administrative, and scientific developments relating to PFAS. More information about the services we can provide, including risk assessments, to ensure your business is ready for any intersection with these substances can be found on our PFAS Litigation page.

Our attorneys have been at the forefront of PFAS issues, including giving presentations as to the future waves of litigation stemming from PFAS issues. For more information, please contact any of our PFAS – Toxic Torts Team: Jessica Deyoe, Suzanne Englot, Alexandra Fraher,or John Gardella.


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