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EPA to Hold First in Series of PFAS Community Engagements in New England

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EPAOn June 25-26, EPA will kick off its series of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) community engagements in Exeter, New Hampshire with a two-day public event. This event will consist of two sessions; a public listening session and PFAS working session. It will allow EPA to hear directly from New England communities, state, local, and tribal partners to take action on addressing challenges with PFAS in the environment; and understand ways EPA can best support the work that’s already being done. Both days will be open to the public and the press.

New Hampshire is the first location for these community engagements. Throughout the summer, EPA will visit and similarly engage with additional communities across the country. For more information and to register for the first session, visit the EPA website.