In July 2021, the Maine Legislature passed LD 1503, An Act To Stop Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Pollution, requiring manufacturers of products with intentionally added PFAS to report these products to the Maine Department of Environmental Protection (Maine DEP) by Jan. 1, 2023. The law delegates rulemaking authority to the Maine DEP, and that process is still ongoing.
In October 2022, Maine DEP hosted a remote meeting to discuss the second concept draft of the Maine PFAS in Products Program rulemaking. St.Germain was on the call and is following the subject closely.
For more details, read our post on stgermain.com.