3M suit aims to block tougher PFAS standards for water in NH
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Chemical company 3M – along with the Plymouth Water & Sewer District, a Center Harbor farmer and a second company – filed a lawsuit against the state Department of Environmental Services seeking to block the implementation of new standards for a series of PFAS chemicals.

The lawsuit, which was filed by McLane Middleton of Concord, asks the court “to declare invalid and to enjoin enforcement of recently adopted rules pertaining to permitted levels of PFOA, PFOS, PFNA, and PFHxS.”

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