Send Comments to the EPA on Toxic PFAS by November 7

PFAS are toxic chemicals that can persist in human bodies and in the environment for decades. In West Virginia, 67 water systems depend on source water contaminated by PFAS.

You have an opportunity to urge the Environmental Protection Agency to classify PFAS as hazardous so that contaminated sites can be covered by the Superfund Law and cleaned up. Take action.

The Superfund Law, was designed to clean up communities polluted by toxic contamination; like we are experiencing with PFAS.

Send a message to the EPA today to show your support for adding PFAS to the Superfund list! 

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