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Episode #177 — 06 October 2020 All About PFAS with AWWA’s Chris Moody

with Chris Moody

Chris Moody, a lead on the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) PFAS team, provides a wide-ranging interview on PFAS. Chris succinctly describes the background on PFAS all the way through its existing regulatory status and what comes next.

In this session, you’ll learn about:

  • The background on PFAS
  • Common uses for PFAS
  • The regulatory framework for drinking water standards
  • State regulation of PFAS
  • The status of EPA regulation of PFAS
  • The EPA’s regulatory determination & its meaning for a rulemaking on PFAS
  • Chris’ thoughts on how PFAS regulation interplays with the stresses under which utilities operate, including aging infrastructure and affordability
  • How the AWWA approaches adoption of a regulatory standard
  • The AWWA’s position on PFAS regulation

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