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The European Union is currently considering a ban on 10,000 PFAS, or “forever chemicals”, and is pushing for alternatives to take their place. In the United States, however, PFAS are still very pervasive as one freshwater fish contains around a month of PFA-contaminated drinking water. On top of that, while we know PFAS are toxic, we still don’t know the full extent of their dangers because many PFAS weren’t tested sufficiently before approval. Please sign this petition to urge the EPA to ban the non-essential use of PFAS!

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