CPMA PFAS Regulatory Webinar Series

The regulatory and legislative landscape surrounding per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) is rapidly evolving. CPMA, in partnership with Eurocolour, is presenting a two-part PFAS Regulatory Webinar Series on the latest activities in North America and the EU. Join us on November 1 and November 2 to learn about current and emerging PFAS regulations and potential impacts for the color pigments value chain. Register today and don’t miss these informative sessions!

Part 1: US and Canada PFAS Regulatory Activities, Wednesday, November 1, 10am ET

In this session, we will discuss PFAS regulatory activities in North America, including the recent USEPA PFAS reporting rule and the approach in Canada. The discussion will include:

  • - purpose and scope of the recent USEPA reporting rule, definition of PFAS, information required to be reported, relevant deadlines, legal and regulatory challenges to consider and what companies can do to prepare.
  • - Canada’s qualitative assessment of the fate, sources, occurrence, and potential impacts of PFAS on the environment and human health to inform decision-making on PFAS and what actions Canada is taking.
  • - a brief overview comparing the Canada approach to the US rule.

Featured Speakers:

Javaneh Tarter, Senior Attorney

Hunton Andrews Kurth

Kal Bening, Senior Regulatory Manager


Rose Passarella, Ph.D., J.D., Associate Director


Part 2: EU and US State PFAS Regulatory Activities, Thursday, November 2, 10am ET

In this session, we will cover the PFAS restriction proposal in the EU and provide a look at US state legislation surrounding PFAS. The discussion will include:

  • - current status of the EU restriction proposal, legislative process and restriction options, analysis of the outcome of the public consultation, and next steps in the legislation process.
  • - overview of 2023 US state legislation, a deeper dive into the laws passed in Minnesota and Maine, issues with the definition of PFAS, and key takeaways for stakeholders.

Featured Speakers:

Dr. Heike Liewald, Managing Director


Marcus Branstad, Director of State Affairs

American Chemistry Council