This Thursday, September 23, the Indiana Water Summit is hosting a post event forum on PFAS Research and Policy.
If you’ve been wondering why so many people are talking about PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) and what exactly these ‘forever’ chemicals are, this virtual forum will help you understand everything you need to know about PFAS chemicals that are contaminating our water, soil, and, in some cases, our bodies.
The forum will start off with researchers from Purdue University’s Center for the Environment and the University of Notre Dame diving into what is known and how PFAS are impacting Indiana’s environment.
Then, policy leaders will help participants understand what we can do as we extend our discussions about what’s polluting our waters.
Purdue University has a great bulletin about the impacts of PFAS that is worth checking out before the forum.