When it comes to PFAS, the shifting regulatory landscape adds a layer of complexity to managing liability and compliance, especially for our clients with existing obligations under CERCLA.
Recent state and federal actions foreshadow increasingly more stringent regulations regarding PFAS in soil and groundwater, which are likely to affect much of the regulated community. The rapidly evolving regulatory framework and complex technical issues surrounding PFAS assessment and remediation pose daunting challenges. For many clients a good first step is to develop a PFAS Action Plan to identify key steps and responses to guide the process. Every site has a unique set of conditions that will influence planning; however, the following are key questions to consider at many sites.
Woodard & Curran is available to support you with extensive experience in these issues and a deep bench of nationally recognized expertise in site assessment, management, and legal support. Please reach out to a member of our team with any questions or if you wish to talk about your situation and understand your options.