MADISON, Wis. – Wisconsin environmental regulators have reached an settlement with the state’s largest enterprise group and gained’t launch outcomes of water sampling for unregulated PFAS chemical compounds till the courts resolve whether or not state regulation permits for testing of the artifical compounds.
The settlement between the Division of Pure Sources and Wisconsin Producers and Commerce means water sampling from industrial and municipal therapy crops for PFAS can proceed, however the outcomes is not going to be launched to the general public.
The settlement filed in Jefferson County Circuit Courtroom Tuesday, replaces a choose’s non permanent restraining order issued final week in a lawsuit introduced by WMC which wished to dam the DNR from testing for PFAS, which have been proven to trigger most cancers and different diseases.
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