Testing data shows that more than 1.5 million people in Michigan have been drinking municipal water with some level of PFAS contamination. The toxic chemicals are found in our rivers, lakes, soil, groundwater, drinking water, fish and our food. As pollution concerns grow, organizations across Michigan are working to protect human health and the environment. Join us to learn about the impact PFAS has on public health and the role that government and philanthropy can play in addressing these issues.
This session was designed by the Green & Blue Network.