Can we take the ‘forever’ out of forever chemicals?

MEDIA RELEASE / October 20, 2023

This article discusses the pervasive problem of PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances), known as “forever chemicals,” which are used in various products and have been found to contaminate the environment, including water, soil, and wildlife. Scientists are exploring various methods to clean up PFAS pollution, including filtration systems, electrochemical and photochemical techniques, and the potential use of microbes for biodegradation, while also emphasizing the need for developing more environmentally friendly alternatives to PFAS.

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