Hazardous PFAS chemicals contaminate the drinking water of millions of Americans and the blood of nearly every American, including military service members.
PFAS chemicals are a family of thousands of highly toxic chemicals that never break down and are commonly used in nonstick cookware, waterproof clothing and grease-resistant food packaging. Some of these chemicals have been linked to serious health risks, like cancer and thyroid disease.
For decades, chemical companies like Dupont and 3M have knowingly released toxic PFAS chemicals into the environment. But they are doing little to stop the alarming spread of contamination.
Finally, Washington is on the brink of passing the PFAS Action Act to confront the PFAS contamination crisis, but we need your help to get this bill across the finish line.