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WASHINGTON – A new federal ruling from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires all manufacturers, and importers of textiles and clothing into the USA to provide the amounts of PFAS used on products dating back over a decade.

Importantly, the new rule – under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) – does not provide a de minimis threshold for reporting on the amount of PFAS present in textiles, clothing, and other consumer goods manufactured or imported into the USA since 2011. This means that any entity – including small ones – will be impacted by the ruling. We speak to Nate Sponsler, director at the AFIRM Group to get his take on the news.

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