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12 November 2020
Mapping the PFAS Iceburg


‘Forever Chemicals’ could reshape the U.S. water treatment market in the long term. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), increasingly referred to as “forever chemicals,” are a class of over 4,500 chemical compounds that have been broadly in use for the better part of 70 years across numerous commercial, industrial, and military functions. Their unnaturally durable carbon-fluorine bonds produce desirable hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties with valuable applications. Unfortunately, they also have a strong tendency to bioaccumulate in humans, raising the risk for cancers and endocrine-related disorders. More at AquaTech »
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