Sustainable Breakfast Series: PFAs Community Impact & Management

Our February Sustainable Breakfast will feature a presentation and discussion about PFAs, their local impact, and what’s next for our community.

Tuesday, February 28, 8:30AM—9:30AM

We will be meeting in person at the Spark Building, Starting Block Café (3rd Floor). Doors will open at 8 AM for networking.


  • Breakfast & Networking 8:00—8:30AM
  • Program 8:30—9:30AM
  • Networking 9:30—10:00AM

PFAS, or Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances, are a class of chemicals that do not break down in the environment and are commonly found in dust, air, soil and water. Currently they are used in everything from food packaging and cookware to upholstery, clothing and firefighting foam. In 2022, the EPA updated adequate levels of PFAs which has highlight there is a need to reduce their concentration.

Join us to learn about these chemicals: where they come from, their impact on our environment and health, the ways our community is working to reduce their prevalence, and how you can get involved. The program will feature an overview of PFAs and discussion with a panel of experts.

  • Gain an understanding of the history of different chemicals used and removed from daily use
  • Get your questions answered about local drinking water, fishing, and swimming safety.
  • Hear about the actions that local government and other agencies are taking to address the known pollution sources.
  • Learn what actions you can take to reduce contact with PFAs


Audience members will have an opportunity for Q&A. Contact us with questions:


Feb 28 2023


8:00 am - 10:00 am

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Spark Building
8th floor
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