• City of White Hall Seeks Compatible Use Study Proposals for Pine Bluff Arsenal

    City of White Hall Seeks Compatible Use Study Proposals for Pine Bluff Arsenal0

    White Hall, Ark., seeks proposals from qualified firms to prepare a Compatible Use Study for Pine Bluff Arsenal (PBA), including the City of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County, to address the encroachment and compatibility issues facing PBA today. Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in community planning, development and land use issues, fiscal impact analysis,

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  • Pine Bluff Arsenal Compatible Use Study Proposals Sought

    Pine Bluff Arsenal Compatible Use Study Proposals Sought0

    The City of White Hall, Ark., seeks proposals from qualified firms to prepare a Compatible Use Study for Pine Bluff Arsenal (PBA), including the City of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County, to address the encroachment and compatibility issues facing PBA today. Interested firms must demonstrate knowledge and experience in community planning, development and land use issues,

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  • House Bill Proposes Nationwide Limits on Chemicals in Drinking Water

    House Bill Proposes Nationwide Limits on Chemicals in Drinking Water0

    House lawmakers introduced legislation earlier this week that would establish new drinking water standards for PFAS chemicals, according to a Route Fifty report. The legislation would give the Environmental Protection Agency two years to establish enforceable legal limits of PFAS in drinking water. Four Democrats and one Republican introduced the measure. “It is past time

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  • EPA Takes Major Step Forward on PFAS Action Plan; Meets Criticism

    EPA Takes Major Step Forward on PFAS Action Plan; Meets Criticism0

    The Environmental Protection Agency released draft interim guidance Thursday for addressing groundwater contaminated with PFOA and PFOS, according to an EPA press release. The new guidance is available for public review and input and will be a key component in the agency’s plans to protect communities affected by PFOA/PFOS contamination. “This interim guidance will support

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  • Scientists Digging Deeper for Health Effects of PFAS/PFOS Contaminates

    Scientists Digging Deeper for Health Effects of PFAS/PFOS Contaminates0

    Scientists are increasing their research on the health effects of PFAS and PFOS chemicals used in a wide range of common products, NPR reported Monday. The chemicals (formally called perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances), are found in products as diverse as water-resistant clothing, stain-resistant furniture, nonstick cookware, carpets and firefighting foam. Despite their prevalence, scientists know

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  • Air Force Says Kirtland AFB Fuel Contamination Cleanup Will Take Years

    Air Force Says Kirtland AFB Fuel Contamination Cleanup Will Take Years0

    Air Force Deputy Assistant Secretary Mark Correll said Monday that the service remains committed to cleaning up groundwater contaminated from jet fuel at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., but it will take years to complete, the Albuquerque Journal reported. Correll told the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority that the service is determined “to make

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