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  • June 20, 2024
  • 3E

Vermont | Q&A: State Sen. Ginny Lyons Shares Vermont’s Path Forward to Eliminate PFAS Contamination

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The governor of Vermont, Phil Scott, signed bill S25 into law on 30 May 2024. This bill, which passed Vermont’s House of Representative and Senate in May 2024, expands the scope of products covered under the distribution and sales ban on products containing intentionally added perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), such as food packaging and cosmetics.

Xiaolu Wang, on behalf of 3E, had a conversation with Vermont Senator Virginia “Ginny” Lyons, the primary sponsor of this bill, to learn about the efforts to regulate consumer products containing intentionally added PFAS in the Green Mountain State. Senator Lyons also shared her view on the path forward to better protect public health and the environment of Vermont from the potential dangers of PFAS containing consumer products.


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