The Natural Resources Board signed off Wednesday on setting environmental standards for two PFAS compounds — so-called "forever chemicals."
"Companies … must be held accountable. Polluters must pay."
They're pointing to sinkholes and contaminated wells they've seen throughout the building process, and say they're worried about explosions.
The first round of sampling for chemicals known as PFAS in surface waters has revealed elevated levels in Wisconsin rivers and creeks.
The state denied a permit request by Altair Disposal Services to construct a landfill that would take waste from an incineration facility and turn it into road material.
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