Article | May 20, 2022

Treating For PFAS: Current Technology And Upcoming Innovations

Source: De Nora


Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) are man-made chemicals that are quickly emerging as a public health threat, with growing activity on the local, state and federal regulatory landscape. Cleaning PFAS out of the water supply has become an “all hands on deck” effort, and municipal water utilities and their engineers of record around the world are actively seeking effective and affordable solutions.

While utilities are actively deploying solutions that are proven to remove PFAS from water, the available technologies are incomplete, as they do not achieve absolute PFAS destruction or address the disposal of contaminated media. The industry quickly needs more innovation in this field and a modernized destruction method to support the climate change goals of the public and private sectors.

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