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AVANTech's Advanced PFAS Polymerization (AP2) Technology Development
AVANTech completed bench-scale testing of a variety of solidification technologies to allow for the safe and efficient disposal of highly concentrated PFAS waste. The testing of AVANTech’s Advanced PFAS Polymerization (AP2) technology primarily focused on epoxy polymer solidification of PFAS-contaminated Ion Exchange resins.
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