The Conversation: PFAS ‘Forever Chemicals’ are Widespread and Threaten Human Health – Here’s a Strategy for Protecting the Public

October 9, 2020

Since PFAS pollution is so ubiquitous and hard to remove, many health experts assert that the only way to address it is by reducing PFAS production and use as much as possible.…

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Six Classes Virtual Retreat
May 2020

May 4-6, 2020

Decision-makers from business, academia, government, and the nonprofit sector came together to develop creative ideas to reduce the use of classes of chemicals of concern. Collaborations from prior retreats have helped advance initiatives towards sustainable chemistry, peer-reviewed research and policies to protect public and environmental health.…

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Hazardous Chemicals and Government Silence — a Dangerous Mix

March 26, 2020

Imagine this: More than six million Americans have drinking water that is poisoned by a group of closely related chemicals. Some of the chemicals are known to cause liver and thyroid disease, immune system suppression, high cholesterol and cancer; others are the subject of suspicion and ongoing research.…

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Advocates Petition EPA to Regulate PFAS as Hazardous Waste

January 17, 2020

Community advocates in several states have jointly petitioned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to regulate hundreds of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, as hazardous waste under a law that would empower federal regulators to initiate cleanups.…

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Bucks-Montco Group Joins Nationwide Petition to Designate PFAS as Hazardous Waste

January 16, 2020

Thousands of residents from Bucks and Montgomery counties have joined communities across the country in a national petition demanding that the Environmental Protection Agency regulate a toxic class of chemicals known as PFAS.…

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