Chemical Company Agrees to Stop Selling PFAS Chemicals

Polyventive LLC (“Polyventive”) entered a consent decree with a private plaintiff to resolve claims that Polyventive contributed to PFAS-contaminated local waterways in Georgia. In the four-year decree, Polyventive agreed to: (1) stop selling PFAS chemicals to companies in the carpet industry, (2) stop discharging wastewater over the regulated limit into the public water treatment plant, (3) comply with random sampling from a third party, (4) fund an environmental initiative, and (5) pay legal fees.

November 16, 2022 | Johnson v. 3M Co. Case No. 4:20-cv-00008 (N.D. Ga.)

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