Ken Gray on Faculty of MassDEP/LSP Association Continuing Education Seminar: PFAs: The Latest Information
Ken’s speech focuses on the legal issues and latest developments in addressing potential claims by those exposed to PFAs compounds, contaminated property owners, and consultants who may be second-guessed or threatened with claims by clients for issues related to those compounds.
PFAS are a large group of man-made fluorine-containing chemicals with unique properties to make materials to which they are applied stain and stick-resistant and are used to repel oil and water from clothing, carpeting, and furniture, in food packaging, and on non-stick surfaces on cookware. PFAS are very resistant to breakdown, migrate easily, and concentrate in the food chain. As a result, they may be found throughout the environment in groundwater, surface water, soil, and air.
Ken Gray, a partner in Pierce Atwood’s Environmental Practice Group, focuses his practice on counseling and enforcement issues related to hazardous substance and hazardous waste management, cleanup, and liability.