April 2022 Newsletter
Article: Reducing PFAS Liability and Risk for Fixed Class B Firefighting Systems
Recently, the American Bar Association (ABA) Journal published this co-authored article by leading PFAS legal experts Ned Witte (Godfrey & Kahn), Jennifer Baker (Barnes & Thornburg) and REGENESIS PFAS Program Manager, Ryan Moore outlining key concerns regarding the risk and liability associated with Class B fire fighting systems used in industrial manufacturing operations. Read the full article, Reducing PFAS Liability and Risk for Fixed Class B Firefighting Systems here.
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