3M has spent $100M on PFAS cleanup in Alabama; it agreed Friday to pay much more

Source: Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN), July 25, 2020
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3M Co., which has spent $100 million on PFAS cleanup in Alabama, on Friday agreed to pay much more in a settlement with the state and the Environmental Protection Agency.

Alabama and EPA officials called it a landmark agreement, the “most far-reaching and significant enforcement action to date taken in regard to PFAS in the country.” Read more.

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