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Free Screening of Environmental Film on PFAS, “The Forever Chemicals” That Never Break Down

The Devil We Know is a documentary film about corporate greed, toxic chemicals, and the failure of our government to safeguard our citizens. PFAS (Per-and PolyFluoroAlkyl Substances), a class of more than 4,700 synthetic organic chemicals, have recently entered the national spotlight due to concerns about their potential risk to human health and the environment. They have been manufactured and used worldwide since the 1940s.
Since PFAS are not currently known to break down by natural processes, they could persist in the environment indefinitely, earning them the nickname “forever chemicals.” Continue Reading →

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DesChamps: Styrofoam Trays Don’t Belong In Greenwich Schools

“Every day in the Greenwich Public School cafeterias, our children are exposed to a toxic material that creates significant waste and environmental damage for just minutes of use. It is time to replace styrofoam lunch trays with a safer, eco- friendly reusable foodservice ware.” – Julie DesChamps, Greenwich Recycling Advisory Board Member Continue Reading →

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