Wisconsin`s relaxed environmental rules lead to calls for transparency

On March 13, nearly two years after first ordering the Wisconsin Air National Guard to clean up hazardous chemicals at the Madison airport, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources issued a new set of deadlines.

Less than a month later, with a statewide health emergency hindering virtually all activity, the DNR granted the guard yet another extension to address the pollution working its way into Starkweather Creek, Lake Monona and the groundwater that feeds Madison’s public wells...

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Ken Notes: PFAS has definitely taken a back seat to Covid-19, which may not be the worst thing, because we are quick to identify the problems and sources, but as of yet do not have cost effective solutions to remove it from our drinking water not to mention our streams and lakes...

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