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Letter to EPA: Propose PFAS Standards in Drinking Water

Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund co-authored and mobilized allies to sign a letter urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Biden Administration to propose first-ever federal drinking water standards for some PFAS chemicals. EPA was supposed to publish the proposal in late 2022 but has yet to do so. The following letter, signed by over 100 environmental organizations, urges Administration officials and EPA to move forward which will lead to a public comment period and then finalization of Safe Drinking Water Act limits.

Clean Water Currents | Winter 2022

In This Issue: Happy Birthday To Us! The Celebration Continues! | Bob Wendelgass Sends a Clear Message to SCOTUS: Keep the Clean Water Act Intact! | Source Water Collaborative Launches Clean Water Act Interactive Infographic | REI — Remove PFAS from Your Products! | The Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act — One Year Later | Continue to Stand With Us to Demand Environmental Justice for All | Exciting Election News | We’re Making Year-End Giving Easy!

Clean Water Action y Clean Water Fund Informe Anual 2021

2021 trajo importantes cambios y nuevos avances en materia de agua limpia, clima y justicia ambiental

Clean Water Action and Clean Water Fund 2021 Annual Report

2021 brought major changes, new progress on clean water, climate and environmental justice.

The Clean Water Scorecard for the 117th Congress

It is more important than ever to elect U.S. Senators and members of the U.S. House of Representatives who support action to protect the environment, address environmental injustice, and ensure healthy communities for all of us.

Clean Water Action supports the Environmental Justice for All Act | Letter to Natural Resources Committee Leadership

The Environmental Justice for All Act (H.R. 2021), introduced by Rep Raul Grijalva and Rep Donald McEachin, is a long overdue package of reforms that will help address the history of environmental injustice that has led to undue burdens of pollution on people of color and low-income communities.