Come to the MaST Center and learn about toxic PFAS chemicals and Puget Sound.
Did you know nonstick chemicals are making their way to Puget Sound and threatening fish and wildlife? They are used in carpeting and food packaging, and are found in Puget Sound, Washington lakes and streams, fish, and osprey eggs— and in nearly 100% of people. Come learn how nonstick chemicals get into Puget Sound and ways to protect wildlife and our families at the same time.
Presenter: Erika Schreder, Science Director, Toxic Free Future
Date and Time: Mar. 3, 2018 at noon
Location: MaST Aquarium