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PFAS News Roundup: Push to find ‘forever chemicals’ replacements in manufacturing
Michigan State University is hosting an upcoming symposium to educate farmers on the impact of PFAS. Scientists and health professionals are concerned about PFAS because the chemicals are widespread in the environment, persist for long periods, and have been linked with human and natural resource health problems.
Thousands of water utilities across the Great Lakes region and nationwide will decide in the next three months whether to join two multibillion-dollar, class-action settlements against the largest producers of toxic PFAS chemicals that have tainted drinking water supplies.