SCAMMED: EPA Imposes Limits on Levels of Very Few Penis-Shrinking Chemicals in Drinking Water

This isn’t a real victory.

Most of these chemicals are still going to be allowed.

It is simply that the issue has gotten very big, and people are becoming disgruntled about the fact that the government allows corporations to poison the entire population. So, the government has to act like they are doing something.

There are tens of thousands of these chemicals, and the government is banning a few. All of the ones they are banning can be immediately replaced with virtually identical chemicals.

The Guardian:

The US Environmental Protection Agency has set legally enforceable drinking water limits for a group of the most dangerous PFAS compounds, marking what public health advocates hailed as “historic” rules that will dramatically improve the safety of the nation’s water.

PFAS, known as “forever chemicals”, are ubiquitous in the environment and thought to be contaminating drinking water for over 200 million people across the US. Any exposure to some highly toxic varieties of the compounds is considered a health and cancer risk.

The agency’s action marks the first time in 27 years it has put in place new drinking water limits for contaminants, and the rules are part of the Biden administration’s broader effort to rein in PFAS pollution.

Americans have been drinking contaminated water for decades, but today’s action will finally get these toxic chemicals out of our water,” said Melanie Benesh, vice-president for government affairs at Environmental Working Group, which tracks PFAS water pollution across the globe, in a statement.

Why did the government ever allow these companies to put poisonous chemicals in our water?

They care so much about our health. After all, they banned smoking and force-vaccinated us to save us from the flu.

They love us so much, and care so much for our health, it just doesn’t make sense that they allow us to be poisoned simply because these corporations paid them.

Officials said the rules will reduce exposure for 100 million people and help prevent thousands of illnesses, including cancers. Michael Regan, the EPA administrator, said the rule is the most important action the agency has ever taken on PFAS. “The result is a comprehensive and life-changing rule, one that will improve the health and vitality of so many communities across our country,” said Regan, who will announce the rule in Fayetteville, North Carolina, on Wednesday.

PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, are a class of about 15,000 chemicals often used to make products resistant to water, stains and heat. They are called “forever chemicals” because they do not naturally break down, and are linked to cancer, liver problems, thyroid issues, birth defects, kidney disease, decreased immunity and other serious health problems.

After years of issuing health advisories, the EPA on Wednesday set maximum contaminant levels (MCLs), which are the highest level at which a contaminant can be in water. Critics say PFAS’ dangers have been known for years and the EPA has been slow to respond.

“Slow to respond” doesn’t even begin to describe what has happened.

Men have half the testosterone and less than half of the sperm count of their grandfathers. This problem has been understood for decades. It was never actually a mystery.

But the government has had an absolute policy of never doing anything about this.