PFAS: The Association’s Role in Educating its Members and Consumers
Everyone who works in the groundwater industry should care about the constituents that threaten to contaminate it, especially PFAS. It is essential that state associations through the collective efforts of their members become and remain a steadfast clearinghouse of accurate information that can be consistently communicated to all. State associations must be prepared to communicate the facts, needed actions, and plausible remedies to their members so the membership can in turn effectively communicate this vital information and critical resources to their customers, the consumer. Association and member alike must work in tandem to protect the resource which is their business livelihood and for the benefit of the public. Coordinated action is essential.
Management Services, National Ground Water Association