Posted by: Rhona Reid On September 11, 2019 7:24 pm
Every day, third-generation dairy farmer Art Schaap milks his 1,800 cows at his farm in Clovis, New Mexico. But not one drop of the 15,000 gallons he produces reaches any customers. Every gallon is dumped, every single day, due to PFAS contamination.
PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) is a group of man-made, carcinogenic chemicals that have been all over modern life for years; from non-stick pans and stain-resistant carpets to packaging and waterproof clothing.
This highly toxic substance is no longer discharged in industrial water drainage – but it’s not consigned to history either.
The truth is that PFAS might be in your drinking water…so keep reading to learn more about: