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ASTSWMO News Fall 2020

Annual Meeting Recap

ASTSWMO recently held its 2020 Annual Meeting that consisted of a series of webinars over a two-week span. This virtual event lent itself to being the largest ASTSWMO meeting to date with over 1200 participants in attendance across 15 webinar/meeting sessions. Recordings of the open webinars and the materials used during these sessions are available on the ASTSWMO website here. ASTSWMO would like to thank its members and all attendees for their participation in the Annual Meeting. A link to our future meetings can be found here.

Lifetime Achievement Award

During the 2020 ASTSWMO Annual Meeting Awards Ceremony held on October 28th, ASTSWMO presented its Lifetime Achievement Award to Clarence Smith lll, retired member of Illinois EPA. Read his remarks here.

Board of Directors

ASTSWMO Elections

The election for the new Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer took place during the 2020 ASTSWMO Annual Meeting, which was held via GoToWebinar.

We congratulate Tim Ratsep (DE) on being elected Vice-President and April Webb (KY) on being elected Secretary-Treasurer. We wish them the best of luck.

Past-Presidents Caucus

The PPC welcomes Past-President Conchita Taitano (GU) to our ranks after successfully leading the Association through one of the most challenging periods in our history due to the international COVID emergency. Despite enormous obstacles, Conchita worked closely with the Board of Directors and ASTSWMO staff to keep our members informed and engaged during these most unusual circumstances, and we congratulate all who contributed to a very successful virtual Annual Meeting.

Thanks to Chip Crockett (AL) for his leadership on the Executive Committee for the past three years. His enthusiasm and vision have been instrumental in fostering an even greater role for the PPC and we welcome his continued participation as we explore additional opportunities to contribute to the success of the Association. Unfortunately, we were unable to celebrate Chip’s tenure as President due to the cancellation of this past year’s Mid-Year Meeting planned for Chip’s home State of Alabama. We all look forward to our next in-person gathering so we can express our appreciation in true ASTSWMO style.

We welcome Brent Everett (UT) as the Association’s incoming President, and the PPC members offer our assistance, support and guidance as needed. Brent inherits many challenges and we call upon the membership to step up and do what you can to help.

Lastly, congratulations to Tim Ratsep (DE) and April Webb (KY) on their respective elections as Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer. We are all grateful to you for stepping up into yet another leadership position and setting an example for others to do the same. The PPC will have more to say about volunteering and leadership in the Winter Newsletter, so stay tuned.

Region 10 Rep

We welcome Christina Carpenter as the new Region 10 Representative. We also thank Eric Traynor for his role as the outgoing Region 10 Representative.

Subcommittees

CERCLA and Brownfields

The CERCLA and Brownfields Subcommittee welcomes Jenny Chambers (MT) as the new Subcommittee Chair, succeeding Amy Brittain (OK). We thank Amy for the many years of participation and leadership as the CERCLA and Brownfields Subcommittee Chair!

Thank you Amy Brittain for your tenure as the CERCLA and Brownfields Subcommittee Chair

Jenny has over 20 years of environmental management experience. She is currently the Waste Management and Remediation Division Administrator for the Montana Department of Environmental Quality. Programs in the Division include Federal Superfund, State Superfund, Abandoned Mine Lands, Underground Storage Tanks, Solid and Hazardous Waste, Asbestos, Materials Management and other waste management programs. Other positions held within the Montana Department of Environmental Quality include Enforcement Division Acting Administrator, Water Protection Bureau Chief and Technical Services Section Supervisor for the Public Water and Subdivisions Bureau. Jenny received a B.S. in Physical Science with a minor Chemistry from Black Hills State University.

Throughout her career, she has been actively involved with membership committees and organizations including the Montana Section of American Water Works Association/WWA/Water Environmental Federation, Past-President of Association Boards of Certification (ABC), Chairman for the Montana Environmental Training Center, and the Region 8 board representative for Association of Clean Water Administrators (ACWA). Jenny recently served as the Chair of the ASTSWMO Remedial Action Focus Group.

ASTSWMO would like to thank Jenny Chambers for her tenure as the Remedial Action Focus Group Chair and welcome her as the new Subcommittee Chair

The Subcommittee welcomed several new members to Focus Groups’ within the CERCLA and Brownfields Subcommittee. We thank members that rotated off this fall for their years of service on the Focus Groups.

Joe Dom (KS) was appointed as the new Remedial Action Focus Group Chair, succeeding Jenny Chambers. The Subcommittee hopes to appoint a Vice-Chair to assist Joe in 2021. Carrie Geyer (MI) was appointed as the new Brownfields Focus Group Chair, succeeding Amanda LeFevre (KY). Jason Seyler (MT) will serve as the new Vice-Chair. Darryl Morgan (KS) was appointed as the new Site Assessment Focus Group Chair, succeeding Anne Marie Palmieri (AK). Christoph Uhlenbruch (KY) will serve as the new Vice-Chair.

Please visit the CERCLA and Brownfields webpage for a list of current Subcommittee and Focus Group members.

Webinars:

The Subcommittee led and assisted with planning and executing two webinars as part of the ASTSWMO Virtual Annual Meeting. Archived recordings and presentations are linked below.

Emergency Preparedness Checklist

- Public Engagement During COVID-19

Federal Facilities

The Subcommittee welcomed several new members to the Remediation & Reuse and State Federal Coordination Focus Groups this quarter. We thank Anthony Cinque (NJ), Susan Fulmer (SC), Hans Millican (UT), and Brian Stonebrink (AZ) for their years of service on the Focus Groups.

Jennifer Currie (AK) was appointed as the new Remediation and Reuse Focus Group Chair, succeeding Stephanie Andrews (IN). Brian Jankauskas (NY) will serve as the new Vice-Chair.

Thank you to Stephanie Andrews for your service as Remediation and Reuse Focus Group Chair

Visit the Federal Facilities webpage for a list of current Subcommittee and Focus Group members.

Current Activities:

The Subcommittee continues to hold monthly meetings with EPA FFRRO. This quarter the group discussed Focus Group and CEC Steering Committee activities, planned Annual Meeting webinars, and reviewed EPA OLEM updates to the National Program Managers Guidance.

The Remediation & Reuse Focus Group reviewed responses to its information request to States about coordination with civilian federal agencies (CFAs) at federal facility cleanups, which included data on the types of cleanups and sites nationwide, State involvement and oversight activities and agreements, funding, and successes and challenges States have encountered at these sites. Using this data and results of additional research, the Focus Group completed its first draft of an issue paper on coordination with CFAs. The final paper will be released in 2021.

The State Federal Coordination Focus Group finalized and distributed an information request to States that will be used to collect data and examples from States about the use and management of land use controls at federal facilities. Contact Charles Reyes, ASTSWMO, to request access to the information request.

Webinars:

The Subcommittee led and assisted with planning and executing several webinars and roundtables as part of the ASTSWMO Virtual Annual Meeting:

• Environmental Considerations to Federal Real Property Transfers and Disposals

• Public Engagement During COVID-19

• Federal Facilities Roundtable for State and Federal Government Representatives.

Visit the ASTSWMO Annual Meeting webpage for archived recordings and presentations.

Call for Nominations: “National Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse” Award

EPA is calling for nominations for the annual “National Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse” award. The call for nominations memo was posted on 10/27/20 and nomination forms should be submitted via email to lapachin.jyl@epa.gov by February 12, 2021. Many Federal agencies; State, Local, and Tribal partners; developers, and communities have worked closely with EPA to ensure sites are remediated in a way that promotes reuse or supports continued property use. Cleaning up contaminated sites at federal facilities can serve as a catalyst for economic growth and community revitalization. This award recognizes the efforts of the teams that have gone above and beyond to support reuse and restoration of Federal Facility sites across the country. The awardees will be announced in Spring 2021.

For more information visit the 2021 National Federal Facility Excellence in Site Reuse Awards webpage or contact Jyl Lapachin.

Hazardous Waste

The Subcommittee welcomed several new members to the Corrective Action and Permitting (CAP), Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement and Program Development and Data Task Forces during this quarter. We thank Sarah Bargsten (WY), Bill Krispin (TN), Steve Simoes (VT), Michael Ellenbecker (WI), Judy Watkins (MT) and Mary Fritzmann (OR) for their years of service on the Task Forces. Ashby Scott (VA) has succeeded Sarah Bargsten as Vice-Chair of the CAP Task Force.

Visit the Hazardous Waste webpage for a list of current Subcommittee and Task Force members.

The Hazardous Waste Subcommittee planned a Hazardous Waste State-EPA Roundtable on October 26, 2020 as part of the ASTSWMO Annual Meeting. The Roundtable covered a number of timely topics.

The Subcommittee has also provided input into EPA’s inspection expectations in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement Task Force has taken the lead in tracking issues regarding State inspection commitments and the conduct of off-site compliance monitoring during the pandemic.

The Program Development and Data Task Force continues to monitor and provide feedback as appropriate into the development of Version 6 of RCRAInfo and e-Manifest implementation. The Task Force has also provided input regarding RCRAInfo aspects of inspection commitments. The Task Force held a “Metabase Made Easy – Part 2” training webinar on September 23. This intermediate training was in follow-up to the Part 1, introductory webinar held in July 2020.

In addition to conducting the RCRA Corrective Action Conference and two follow-on webinars this past quarter, the Corrective Action and Permitting Task Force also provided input to EPA on RCRA permitting issues.

Materials Management

The Subcommittee welcomed several new members to the Solid Waste Disposal and Conversion (SWDC), Beneficial Use, Radiation and Sustainable Materials Management Task Forces during this quarter. We thank Lori Aldrich (AK), Kenn Smith (IL), Michael Elliott (MA), David Benke (MN), Ferrella March (OK), Jenny Goodman (NJ), Rick Thompson (MT) and Amber Edwards (OK) for their years of service on the Task Forces. Suzanne Engels (WY) has succeeded Lori Aldrich as Vice-Chair of the SWDC Task Force.

Visit the Materials Management webpage for a list of current Subcommittee and Task Force members.

For the ASTSWMO Annual Meeting, the Materials Management Subcommittee organized a Recycling session presented on October 29 and a Materials Management State-EPA Roundtable held on November 5. The Recycling session discussed the ASTSWMO Position Paper on Recycling; EPA’s draft national recycling strategy, out for public comment by December 4, 2020, and draft national recycling goals; and the current state of the recycling industry. The Materials Management Roundtable addressed a number of timely topics.

Subcommittee Chair Cathy Jamieson (VT) represented ASTSWMO on a stakeholder panel held during the EPA America Recycles Summit on November 17. Jamieson highlighted the ASTSWMO recycling position paper. At the opening of the Summit, the EPA Administrator announced the national recycling goal of 50% by 2030.

The Sustainable Materials Management Task Force provided comments to EPA on October 2 regarding the draft national recycling goals released by EPA in early September for public comment. The Task Force has initiated the first update to their 2019 recycling response matrix, which compiled information regarding State and Territorial (State) and local actions in response to China’s import restrictions on certain recyclables, also known as National Sword. The update continues to be focused on market impacts attributable to National Sword, but also invites States to provide any comments about impacts related to the COVID-19 situation.

The Solid Waste Disposal and Conversion Task Force is in the process of finalizing a compendium of landfill odor causes and available control options, which will include State landfill odor control requirements and case studies.

The Beneficial Use Task Force is finalizing the report of their survey on the beneficial use of fill materials.

The Radiation Task Force has developed a survey on management of radiological material from disasters that will be distributed soon. The survey is intended to scope what States are doing now in order to identify State needs that a Task Force project can fill.

ASTSWMO Food Supply Chain Roundtable

The Materials Management Subcommittee, with the assistance of Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) Task Force members, conducted a virtual Food Supply Chain Roundtable on October 15. The goal of the Roundtable was to discuss how to reduce food waste and move more food to businesses/consumers by examining food supply chain and food rescue options to make managing food more resilient to stresses, like those that have occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic. Roundtable participants, in addition to Subcommittee and SMM Task Force members, included State agriculture department staff, EPA and U.S. Department of Agriculture staff, the Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA), ReFed, the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic, and non-profit and trade associations involved in various aspects of the food supply.

Joint Hazardous Waste and Materials Management Session

The Hazardous Waste and Materials Management Subcommittees developed a Joint Hazardous Waste and Materials Management Session for the ASTSWMO Annual Meeting. The session, held on October 27, covered two topics: 1) Post-Closure Care, applicable to RCRA Subtitle C and Subtitle D; and 2) Facility inspections during the coronavirus pandemic. The facility inspections topic featured approaches taken by two States: Virginia’s procedures for conducting field inspections, and Arkansas’ use of desk audits for off-site compliance monitoring.

Tanks

The Subcommittee thanks Carolyn Hoskinson, former Director of EPA OUST, for her years of partnership with the States and wish her well in her new role at EPA as Director of ORCR, where she will continue to work closely with ASTSWMO and our Hazardous Waste and Materials Management teams.

Membership News:

The Subcommittee welcomed several new members to the Release Prevention, LUST, and Emerging Issues Task Forces this quarter. We thank Mahesh Albuquerque (CO), Joe Cunningham (RI), Keith Dyarmett (ID), Cara Ingle (IA), Mike Martin (MO), and Mark Olsen (ID) for their years of service on the Task Forces.

Kris Grinnell (WA) was appointed as the new Emerging Issues Task Force Chair, succeeding Tara Rosie (AZ). Nigel Luther (TN) will serve as the new Vice-Chair. Thank you, Tara, for your many years of participation and leadership!

Visit the Tanks webpage for a list of current Subcommittee and Focus Group members.

Current Activities:

The Subcommittee continues to hold monthly conference calls with EPA OUST. This quarter the group planned webinars and agenda topics for upcoming webinars, discussed new EPA OUST guidance on UST system compatibility and flooding, and shared administrative updates from the Task Forces and EPA.

The LUST Task Force continued work on developing a series of story map compendiums on LUST program issues. The Task Force distributed an information request this quarter on several topics to collect information and data that will be used in the story map. Contact Charles Reyes, ASTSWMO, to request access to the information request.

The Emerging Issues Task Force continues to work with EPA ORD and OUST to share information about the new EPA UST Finder. ASTSWMO and the Task Force are working with EPA to organize regional virtual workshops to provide hands on training for using UST Finder. The first workshop will be held in Region 1 in December. Announcements for future regional workshops (early 2021) will be sent as dates are confirmed.

Webinars and Meetings:

The Subcommittee, Task Forces, and ASTSWMO partners were busy this quarter planning and executing several webinars and roundtables. Archived recordings and presentations are linked below.

ASTSWMO Virtual Annual Meeting:

• Protecting Your Tanks Program: From Cost Evaluation to Fraud Prevention

• UST System Inspections During the COVID-19 Pandemic

NEIWPCC - 2020 NTC Webinar Series

• Emergency Power Generators

• Collaborating Across Regulatory Programs to Achieve Shared Goals

• LUST Corrective Action: Resources, Case Study, and a Discussion on Remedial Design Characterization and In-Situ Remedial Methods

• Changing Fuel Consumption, COVID-19, and Other Challenges – Perspectives on the State of State Funds and Environmental Insurance

Contaminants of Emerging Concern Steering Committee

The Committee hosted a web meeting on November 6, 2020, for ASTSWMO’s active membership including Voting Members, Board of Directors, Subcommittees, and Focus Groups and Task Forces. During the webinar the Committee shared a summary of their suggested research topics and activities for Subcommittees, a template for a new ASTSWMO CEC Website, and a copy of its current draft ASTSWMO Position Paper on PFAS. The meeting was held to collect feedback on its draft work products and research recommendations, and answer questions from ASTSWMO’s membership about its current activities.

The Committee completed its review of questions and comments from the June 2020 webinar and sent a compilation of its responses to webinar participants. Contact Charles Reyes, ASTSWMO, for a copy.

Publications

Upcoming

Compendium of Odor Control at RCRA Subtitle D Landfills

Beneficial Use of Fill Materials Survey Report

RCRA Corrective Action Conference Recap

The ASTSWMO 2020 RCRA Corrective Action Conference was held virtually on the afternoons of September 1-3, 2020. The Conference, with the theme of “RCRA Corrective Action – 2020 and The Road Ahead”, was organized by the ASTSWMO Corrective Action and Permitting (CAP) Task Force within the Hazardous Waste Subcommittee and drew several hundred attendees each day. EPA used the opportunity of the Conference to announce the Agency’s RCRA Subtitle C Corrective Action Mission/Vision/Goals for 2030. The announcement was made by the Assistant Administrator of EPA’s Office of Land and Emergency Management (OLEM) during the opening session on September 1st. As a follow-on to the Conference, the CAP Task Force is conducting a webinar series built on sessions that were planned for an in-person, two-and-a-half day Conference. The first webinar was held on October 6, on the topic of Risk Assessment Modeling and Risk Management. The second webinar, on November 5, featured presentations by the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s Waste, Air and Water Divisions on GenX and related PFAS in North Carolina. The speaker presentations and recordings of all of the Conference sessions and the two subsequent webinars are posted in the Hazardous Waste Publications area of the ASTSWMO website.

Upcoming Meetings/Webinars

Webinars

Drones: Changing Your Perspective on Environmental Compliance, December 15, 2020

ASTSWMO CaBS and Hazardous Waste Webinar with EPA OSRE, TBD

ASTSWMO Meetings

ASTSWMO Mid-Year Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, April 29-30, 2021

CaBS Symposium, Des Moines, IA, Aug. 3-5, 2021

ASTSWMO Annual Meeting, Arlington, VA, Oct. 28-29, 2021

Good News

Congratulations to the new Deputy Director of WY DEQ, Luke Esch. He and his wife didn't miss out on Halloween up in Wyoming. They dressed up with a The Big Lebowski theme, the Dude and Walter Sobchak.

Savannah Richards gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. Roxanna Wren Richards was born on October 23rd at 4:50 PM. She weighs 7lbs 3oz and is 19 inches long!!! She has blonde hair & blue eyes just like her dad. She is healthy and is at home resting with her mom. Roxanna's mom never knew she could love someone so much!!!!

Ed Thamke's new dog Doug dressed up and ready for Halloween

Fall in Montana – The Thamke’s last camp for 2020.

Courtesy of Melissa Witherspoon of Ohio EPA. Even the deer have to get creative during Covid-19

Retirements

Rene’ Anderson, Hazardous Waste Data Analyst, retired from the Idaho DEQ on October 16, 2020, after more than 27 years of State service.

Bob Delaney, DSMOA Coordinator, retired from the State of Michigan, after 36 Years of service.

Bruce Oertel, Remediation Services Branch Chief at the Indiana DEM, retired after more than 40 years of service.

John Armstead, Land, Chemicals and Redevelopment Division Director, is retiring at the end of the year from EPA Region 3, after more than 40 years.

Scott Whittier, Division Director of Environmental Services, retired from the Maine DEP.

Carol Eighmey, retired as Executive Director of the State of Missouri Petroleum Storage Tank Insurance Fund.

Loretta Pickerell, retired as co-manager of the Materials Management program in September after 25 years at Oregon DEQ.

State News

Oregon

Modernizing Oregon recycling: A shared responsibility approach

Recycling has the potential to conserve natural resources and reduce pollution, but Oregon’s policy framework for recycling was created over three decades ago – and the world has changed drastically since then. In 2018, Oregon DEQ convened the Recycling Steering Committee (RSC) to consider alternatives and recommend a path forward to modernize the state’s recycling system. The RSC recommended a holistic shared responsibility framework in September 2020, which DEQ used to outline legislation for the 2021 Legislative Session. Legislative Concept 578 is a significant overhaul of state policy that would create programs that are more resilient to change, optimize environmental benefits and restore public trust. LC 578 will make recycling easier for the public to use, expand access to recycling services, upgrade the facilities that sort recyclables, and create environmental benefits while reducing social or environmental harms, such as plastic litter. It will require producers and manufacturers to pay for many of these necessary improvements and help ensure recycling is successful in Oregon. The proposal would also incentivize more environmentally beneficial product design, address social inequities in the recycling system, and fund local waste prevention and reuse initiatives. The draft legislative concept and more information are available on DEQ’s website.

Vermont

PCBs in Building Materials: The saga of Burlington High School

In March when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, all schools in Vermont went to remote learning. By September Vermont had developed a plan for the safe return of students. Students and parents were excited about this including those approximately 970 students attending Burlington High School (BHS). Meanwhile, the Vermont Waste Management and Prevention Division (WMPD), in collaboration with EPA Region 1 and Vermont Department of Health were reviewing indoor air test results collected following the discovery of elevated PCB concentrations in building material and soil outside of the campus buildings. The results of the indoor air testing found alarmingly high levels in the indoor air. According to the EPA TSCA coordinator in Region 1, the levels were the highest she had ever seen. The results throughout the campus ranged from non-detect to 6,300 ng/m3; the Vermont health based screening value for indoor air is 15 ng/m3. So after just two days of returning to school, the Burlington School Board voted to close the school. Students, parents and teachers were all concerned with this news.

The WMPD, EPA and the Vermont Department of Health were suddenly under extreme pressure to resolve this issue as fast as possible. But a number of challenges made this task impossible. The high school was made up of 6 different buildings. The likely source of the PCBs was assumed to be from window caulking. Over 145 building material locations were recommended to be tested. In addition, expanded indoor air testing was required. Who would fund this work? What are the options for remediation? Can we get to safe levels with limited remediation? What would O&M look like if mitigation was selected? Although the WMPD regulates releases to soil, there is no clear authority for regulating building materials that are causing impacts to indoor air. And what about all the other schools in Vermont. Should they be tested? Who has funds for this work?

As of the writing of this article Vermont can only share that we are in the middle of all these questions. Few if any have been answered. The school is taking small steps to identify sources but has limited funds to do this work. Meanwhile the parents are upset things aren’t happening fast enough. Some parents have even suggested the risk to the students of breathing PCB contaminated air may be less than the stress of remote learning. But what about the teachers?

Vermont is looking for funding to test the 200 plus schools built before 1980. If you have any questions or want further information, please contact Trish Coppolino at patricia.coppolino@vermont.gov. If schools in your state were built before 1980 PCB contamination is a real possibility.

West Virginia

WVDEP just celebrated a big achievement last month: The entire state of WV now meets national air quality standards for the first time since 1978. WV is the 16th state in the nation to be in attainment with all NAAQS. Click here to view a press release from the Governor’s Office.

WVDEP also had a very successful virtual WV Brownfields Conference in September. If anyone is interested in viewing the program or the presentations, they can visit the website here.

ITRC News

Despite an unprecedented shift to remote work amid the ongoing pandemic, the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council has been fortunate to publish over 20 new documents and fact sheets, while providing internet training to over 11,000 environmental professionals throughout 2020. In the upcoming year, ITRC is pleased to announce the addition of three new projects, kicking off in January of 2021:

• Environmental Data Management for Best Practices

• Microplastics

• Effective Application of Guidance Documents to Hydrocarbon Sites

These new projects complement continuing ITRC projects Benthic Harmful Cyanobacterial Blooms, Soil Background Concentrations, and PFAS. For more information on these upcoming teams, or to register to be involved, please visit the ITRC website. Additionally, ITRC is hosting a pair of information sessions on December 3rd and 15th; entitled ITRC & ME, these webinars offer insight into ITRC's unique services and products, while casting light on new teams and upcoming documents and products. To register for these webinars, please visit the following links:

December 3, 2020: ITRC & ME - About Us, Our Services and Our 2021 Teams

December 15, 2020: ITRC & ME - 2020 Team Products and Available Documents

DoD Update

Organizational changes are happening in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Environment) (ODASD(Env)). Ms. Maureen Sullivan, DASD (Env) retired on September 25, 2020. Also, as part of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Sustainment reorganization, ODASD(Env) will combine with the Office of the DASD(Energy) to become one office under a DASD for Environment and Energy Resilience.

The Defense and State Memorandum of Agreement (DSMOA) Steering Committee conducted virtual meetings in October and November. In addition to regular discussion topics such as updates on the DSMOA Cooperative Agreement process and chemicals of emerging concern, the Steering Committee is also continuing to develop Defense Environmental Restoration Program 101 and DSMOA 101 webinars for new State and regulatory personnel. The Steering Committee has not selected dates for these webinars but will share that information with all States when it is available.

The Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Task Force continues to meet regularly. Visit defense.gov/PFAS for more information.

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