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Meet Pursue PFAS Free:

Your Partner in Clean Water Advocacy  

Pursue PFAS Free is a Washington based organization founded by Brandi Hyatt dedicated to advancing her community towards access to safe water for homes, livestock, and land impacted by PFAS chemicals. With a deep concern for the wellbeing of her children and community, Brandi was motivated to launch a clean water initiative that could bring about significant and positive transformations. Loyal to the cause, she established Pursue PFAS Free in pursuit of empowering her community to live healthier, more informed lives.

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Our work is focused in the Yakima, Selah, Ellensburg, Moxie, Union Gap and Kittitas County regions in Washington. Although Washington has taken important steps forward with the PFAS Action Plan, which lays out guidelines to safeguard drinking water, there is still much more work to be done. Without comprehensive action, the state remains at risk from PFAS contamination, and it is essential to secure the necessary funding for drinking water mitigation, biomonitoring studies and technical assistance to effectively address this issue. By prioritizing this critical initiative, Washington can take the lead in protecting its residents from harmful PFAS chemicals and serve as an example for others to follow. 

 

We believe that everyone deserves access to clean and safe water, and we’re committed to making that a reality by inviting the adjoining regions to take collective action with us.

Access to safe water is foundational to the development of any community. Safe and reliable  water restores hope and unlocks potential.

Significant Milestones in

Our Journey

Our journey towards ensuring safe drinking water for all is just beginning, but we’re already taking significant steps to fight for this vital cause. We firmly believe that access to safe drinking water is a basic human right, not a privilege, and we’re working hard to make this a reality for our community. We’re committed to expanding this conversation and facilitating a larger dialogue around PFAS through community outreach online. We’re also engaging with officials at local, state and federal levels to push for stronger regulations and policies to protect and eliminate PFAS from our drinking water. In addition to organizing local meetings to facilitate discussions about jumpstarting the cleanup process, we have also made our voices heard at a state hearing to testify against PFAS in cosmetics. For us, the safety of every product we use is of the utmost importance, and we believe that our loved ones deserve nothing less.

The health, safety and wellbeing of our community

The time for action is now. The health, safety and wellbeing of our community are at stake, and we cannot afford to wait any longer. By working together, with your support and involvement, we can create a world where every person can enjoy clean drinking water without fear of contamination.

A better world for all

Our efforts may be just a small part of a larger movement, but we are committed to doing everything we can to create a better world for all. We’re on a mission to protect the health of future generations by protecting Washington’s drinking water against further PFAS contamination.

Join us in this critical fight to safeguard the health and the wellbeing of our communities. Contact us today to learn more about how you can become a part of our organization.

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Getting involved is as simple as subscribing to our newsletter to stay current on the latest news and initiatives on PFAS. Contact us today to join the cause!

Disclaimer: This material is funded through a Public Participation Grant from the Washington State Department of Ecology. The content was reviewed for grant consistency but is not necessarily endorsed by the agency. 

Este material ha sido financiado por una Subvención de Participación Pública del Departamento de Ecología del Estado de Washington. El contenido de la subvención fue revisado para verificar su coherencia, pero no es necesariamente endosado por la agencia.

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