Practical Water Wisdom: PFAS in Minnesota: Understanding the Impacts of Forever Chemicals

Practical Water Wisdom: PFAS in Minnesota: Understanding the Impacts of Forever Chemicals
9/1/22, 12:00 pm - 9/1/22, 1:00 pm

Registration:

This event is part of Itasca Waters Practical Water Wisdom: A Virtual Learning Series with new installments on the first Thursday of each month through November 3, 2022.

Please register for this event to attend.

Description:

Sophie Greene, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) PFAS coordinator, will share an update on what the MPCA knows and doesn’t know about PFAS and its impacts on our state. PFAS (per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances) are a group of nearly indestructible chemicals that linger indefinitely once they make their way into the environment.

Presenter:

Sophie Greene, PFAS Coordinator, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, sophie.greene@state.mn.us.

Contact:

Minnesota Sea Grant Director, John A. Downing, downing@d.umn.edu.

Image credit: Linus Nylund on Unsplash.