Topic: Emerging Contaminants: Sex, drugs & vices that affect our waters.
Emerging contaminants are a group of compounds that have recently been identified in wastewater, streams and ground water but are not regulated. These compounds include pharmaceuticals and other compounds that can affect the normal functions of humans and animals. Join us in conversation with Patrick Phillips, Hydrologist, US Geological Survey,
There are three ways to participate:
Attend the event in person at ECHO Lake Aquarium and
Log onto vpt.org/live at 7 p.m. to watch the presentation, chat with other Vermonters and ask questions of the presenter.
Go to the St. Albans Free Library, second floor meeting room, at 7 p.m. to watch a live video feed from ECHO and join the discussion.
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