Rockland Sierra Club addresses Veolia’s PFAS Violations in Tonight’s Meeting

Tonight, January 16, at 7:00pm, the primary subject of the Rockland Sierra Club Zoom meeting will be “What does Veolia’s recent letter about PFAS violations really mean?” Climate action will also be on the agenda.

Their announcement about the meeting follows:

In November of 2020, many Rockland residents received legal notices from Suez and Nyack Water utilities, informing them that toxic PFAS chemicals in their drinking water exceed New York State drinking water standards.

Since then, Sierra Club and the Rockland Water Coalition have been working to make sure that our water is cleaned up as quickly and as thoroughly as possible.  We have also been working to better inform residents about PFAS chemicals.

EPA has recently issued major news about the toxicity of four of the PFAS chemicals found in our water.  Click HERE to learn more.

The meeting is open to the public, and is available on Zoom:

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