PFAS chemicals have climbed up the contamination hit list with a bullet. PFAS is going to make asbestos and lead look like elementary environmental issues so to keep you up to speed on what is going on with PFAS please see the following.
- PFAS In Our Food: The links below review how PFAS chemicals besides being in some food packaging has also contaminated dairy and beef farms, organic pasta sauces, canola oils, seafood, eggs, fruit, vegetables, grain, bottled & tap water and more.
Some common practices that contribute to PFAS contamination in our food is spreading of sewage sludge for fertilizer.
- This link discusses new government standards developed to address PFAS because it is believed at least 200 million people in the United States are drinking PFAS contaminated water.
- This link will take you to a map showing identified PFAS contaminated sites in the United States. This map currently shows 2,858 contaminated sites in 50 states and territories. This map is going to go through major changes in the coming years since experts predict just in Michigan alone we can have upwards of 11,000 PFAS contaminated sites.