Legislators updated on PFAS | ehextra.com

Wisconsin state lawmakers were updated on the issue of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) Thursday at a public hearing for the Speaker’s Task Force on Water Quality held at UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus. The most common exposure to PFAS is through ingestion, drinking and eating PFAS contaminated food and water. Eating plants and animals, such as fish, who drink or live in PFAS-contaminated water can also cause health problems. The task force is currently traveling across the state and holding public meetings in various municipalities. More via Legislators updated on PFAS | ehextra.com