Baltimore Files Lawsuit to Combat PFAS Chemicals

BALTIMORE, MD. (Friday, November 4, 2022) - The City of Baltimore announced the filing of a lawsuit against over 20 manufacturers of aqueous film-forming foams (AFFF) and certain "forever chemicals" used in those products. In solidarity with the City of Philadelphia, which also filed a similar lawsuit today, Baltimore seeks to hold DuPont, Chemours, 3M, and others accountable for knowingly allowing the City's waterways and water systems to come into contact with these substances.

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