The EPA deploys an online way to track a troublesome chemical

Maybe you’ve heard of polyfluoroalkyl substances: PFAS. They have been used across industry. Their long life means they can build up in water supplies and possibly harm human health. Now the Environmental Protection Agency has launched a website called PFAS Analytic Tools. It brings together many data sources about PFAS. To learn more about the site’s design and goals, Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with Program Analyst Nicholas Spalt and Chief of the Integration Targeting and Access Branch, Michael Barrette.