What's At Stake
Every day millions of people across the country are exposed to food and drinking water contaminated with toxic chemicals known as PFAS. Though regulators have been aware of the PFAS crisis for decades, the federal EPA’s plan to address PFAS contamination has fallen exceedingly short of what’s needed to protect communities and has been more talk than action. Finally, the Environmental Protection Agency has announced long-overdue timelines for curtailing PFAS pollution. However, many of the actions it is promising are too far in the future and don’t offer enough protection. We must urge the administration to implement stronger protections with more aggressive timelines from these toxic chemicals now.
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