Dutch government warns 3M of liabilities over forever chemical pollution
The Dutch government has notified US conglomerate 3M that it could be held liable for polluting a river with PFAS, or forever chemicals. The government said poly and perfluoroalkyl substances from 3M’s factory in Belgium have polluted the Scheldt River and caused damage at the Westerschelde estuary ...
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