PFAS and Drinking Water
Thursday, June 3, 7pm

PFAS are a class of toxic chemicals found in everyday products such as non-stick pans, stain-repellant fabrics and clothing, including microwave popcorn!

Because these synthetic compounds do not break down in the environment, these “forever chemicals” are showing up as contaminants in drinking water systems around the country.  What can be done about this growing problem and how much should we worry?

Speakers will include Dr. Laurel Schaider, Senior Scientist, Silent Spring Institute and Laura Spark, Senior Policy Advocate for Clean Water Action. The program will be moderated by Elizabeth Saunders, Massachusetts State Director at Clean Water.

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