CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health and ATSDR assist local, territorial, tribal, state, and federal partners address PFAS public health concerns. ATSDR and its state health partners are actively investigating exposure to and possible health effects associated with PFAS in more than 30 communities across the U.S.
FDA is charged with leading the science in developing validated methods for testing for PFAS in food.
ACWA is the national voice of state and interstate water officials who are responsible for the implementation of surface water protection programs.
NIEHS and the National Toxicology Program support research to better understand the potential health effects of exposure to PFAS.
ASDWA serves as the national voice of state and territorial drinking water program administrators.
USDA provides leadership on food, agriculture, and natural resouces, among other areas, based on public policy and the best available science.
ASTSWMO enhances and promotes effective state and territorial programs and effects relevant national policeis for waste and materials amangement, enviornmentally sustainable practices, and environmental restoration.
ASTHO supports state and territorial health agencies to advance health equity and optimal health for all.
ITRC is a state-led coalition aimed at reducing barriers to the use of innovative air, water, waste, and remediation environmental technologies and processes. A project of ECOS, ITRC provides guidance documents and training on a variety of relevant challenges, including PFAS.
NGA is the voice of governors and is dedicated to leading bipartisan solutions to improve citizens’ lives through state government.