Toxic chemicals known as PFAS (Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) are turning up in drinking water systems across Massachusetts. Also known as “forever chemicals” because they do not degrade, they are also in hundreds of consumer products. What exactly are they? Why are they bad? And how can you avoid them?

On Wednesday, April 13 from 6-7pm, join the Clean Water Fund and Community Action Works for ‘PFAS 101: How to Keep Your Family Safe from Toxic PFAS in Drinking Water and Consumer Products.’ This workshop will be held online with plenty of time for questions and discussion.