Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued new federal health advisories for forever chemicals in drinking water and stated its intention to deliver enforceable standards by the end of 2023. For Ohio, that means more than 1,500 public water systems across the state would be forced to comply with whatever mandates come down the pike. Read the full story by The Plain Dealer.
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