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New Investigative Report from Alaska Community Action on Toxics: Threats to Drinking Water and Public Health in Alaska

The Scope of the PFAS Contamination Problem, Consequences of Regulatory Inaction, and Recommendations Citizen Groups and Alaska Community Action on Toxics Hold Press Conference to Release New Investigative Report on Drinking Water Contamination in Alaska Anchorage – The Alaska PFAS Action Coalition (APAC), Gustavus PFAS Action Coalition, and Alaska Community Action on Toxics (ACAT) will

Playing on Poisons

Playing on Poisons-Harmful Flame Retardants in Furniture for Children ACAT News Release | ACAT Publications | More information | National Alliance for Toxic-Free Fire Safety Alaska Community Action on Toxics participated in a nationwide testing and report with Center for the Environmental Health (CEH) on toxics found in common furniture products made for children. We purchased a Spiderman

St. Lawrence Island is facing a traditional food crisis & economic disaster

UPDATE: The city of Savoonga states the average monthly household utility costs range from $1685-$2165!$650-780, gas $600-900, stove heating oil $350-400, electricity $85, water & sewer = $1685-2165 a month just in utilities! No State Aid In Sight For St. Lawrence Island Communities After Disaster Declaration, By Laureli Kinneen, KNOM - Nome | September 17, 2013 - 5:40 pm