Sen. Gary Peters is upset the U.S. Air Force says it's using $13.5 million allocated for cleaning up drinking water contaminants at the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Oscoda to do further study, rather than "tangible" cleanup projects in the area.
Last month, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed regulating two PFAS chemicals in drinking water: PFOS and PFOA.
They want clean water, and they're still wanting answers to the locations and extent of contamination.
The board will hold three public hearings, at 6 p.m. March 12 in Harrisburg; March 18 in Pittsburgh; and March 25 in Warminster.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics insists that Merrimack officials have no legal authority to impose a strict standard on their plant's wastewater discharge.
No regulations required notification; Mayor Keeler continues call for moratorium.
David Megson: Dark Waters' pollution threat isn't Hollywood hysteria – it could be a ticking timebomb worldwide
Our current crisis reaffirms the importance of weighing the health benefits of eating fish against chemical exposure risks.