We learn how forever chemicals are regulated and what options there are to filter them from your water. And we catch up on the World Cup as the United States heads to the round of 16.
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Associate director of EPA center answers your questions about PFAS in drinking water
In the year since the Environmental Protection Agency published a plan to address PFAS, the agency has taken several steps that seem primed to further regulate these forever chemicals. But what do you do if you want to filter PFAS at home? We speak with a member of the agency to learn more.
What the World Cup means for youth players
The United States entered the FIFA World Cup’s Round of 16 for the first time in nearly a decade. A manager for a local youth soccer training club breaks down the significance of the global sport for American kids.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Trevor Hook Producer
- Royce Podeszwa Producer
- Maria Lopez Technical Director
- Thomas Speth Guest
- Gavin Eagan Guest
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