PFAS Resources


To learn more about PFAS and PFAS contaminants in drinking water, MBCC invites you to visit PFAS-Exchange – an online resource center from PFAS-REACH (Research, Education, and Action for Community Health), a five-year project funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. The project is being led by Silent Spring Institute in collaboration with Northeastern University and Michigan State University. The primary community partner organizations on this study are Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition, Testing for Pease, and Toxics Action Center.

MBCC PFAS Webinars

Through the MBCC Webinar Series, MBCC has hosted leading scientists to discuss the health impact of PFAS exposure. Links to those webinar recordings are provided below.

MBCC PFAS Fact Sheets

You can download MBCC’s PFAS and Food Packaging Fact Sheet, and PFAS in Drinking Water Fact Sheet.


Have questions? Our PFAS FAQ page has more information about the dangers of PFAS.