Mon, 3 August 2020
They’re called P-foss, spelled in capital letters PFAS. They’re a family of chemicals used to seal off surfaces. Teflon and Scotchgard are 2 brand name products – among many -- made with PFAS. It’s found in the blood of 99% of Americans. It’s not good for us, and the official Defense Department list of New Mexico places with PFAS to worry about has quietly grown from 2 to 6. Laura Paskus of NM Public TV and the Santa Fe Reporter, broke the story.