Thousands of Virginia residents are taking action to hold the chemical industry accountable and take control of our health and environment. Together, we're building a movement to eliminate toxic pollution that threatens our families and communities.
With the General Assembly 2021 legislative session approaching, now is the time to urge state legislators to commit to action here in Virginia to tackle the problems of dangerous PFAS "forever" toxic chemicals and the risk they pose to our drinking water and health.
The Virginia General Assembly enacted a new law this year to study the occurrence of PFAS and other chemicals in the Commonwealth's public drinking water. Although this was an important first step, there's still much work to be done to fix our state chemical laws and find safer alternatives to the chemicals in everyday products.
That's why we need legislators in Virginia to prioritize toxic pollution prevention priorities in 2021:
Active constituents have incredible power to influence the legislative priorities in our state. Take action today, and demand our leaders put the health of our families and communities above the profits of the chemical industry.