Get unsafe industrial chemicals out of our drinking water

A recent Harvard study found unsafe levels of industrial chemicals called perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFASs, in the drinking water of 6 million Americans. PFASs have been used for decades to manufacture products ranging from pots and pans to food packaging, and have been linked with cancer, hormone disruption, high cholesterol and obesity.

Despite the prevalence of these unsafe chemicals in our drinking water, the Environmental Protection Agency has only issued non-binding health advisories to keep our drinking water safe. Tell the agency we need enforceable limits of these chemicals.