View in browser
Toxic Contamination at Military bases: Another Threat to our Environment
Presented by Pat Elder
Maryland United for Peace and Justice (MUPJ)

You are cordially invited to a workshop


sponsored by MUPJ/Institute for Positive Action



on

Sunday, June 9, 2019

2:30 to 4:30 pm

Adelphi Friends Meeting

https://adelphifriends.org/directions/

2303 Metzerott Road

Adelphi, Maryland 20783

 

Toxic Contamination at Military bases: Another Threat to our Environment

 


Take a closer look
MUPJ Presents:
Pat Elder - writer for Civilian Exposure
I'll attend
Presenter
Pat Elder
Pat will address the contamination flowing from military bases as a result of the use of Per and Poly Fluoroalkyl Substances, or PFAS. The substances are used in fire-fighting foam. They may be the most toxic substances ever developed. The toxins are allowed to leach into the groundwater, poisoning everything in its path, including drinking water for humans. 

 

Pat Elder is a writer for Civilian Exposure, a non-profit news organization providing investigative reporting of toxic military contamination at bases and base communities around the world. Pat’s work is focused primarily on the contamination caused by per and poly fluoroalkyl substances, (PFAS). These chemicals are found in the aqueous film forming foam (AFFF) used by the military in routine fire-fighting exercises.    

 

Free and open to the public, refreshments served

Maryland United for Peace and Justice (MUPJ)

For more information, 

contact Tony Langbehn, 


Tel: 301-390-9694 

or by

Email:  tonylang4peace@gmail.com

www.mupj.org

You received this email because you signed up on our website or made a purchase from us.

Unsubscribe
MailerLite