Forever with us: the problem with PFAS
As PFAS seep into the public consciousness (and bloodstream), Chris Seekings reports on what’s being done to regulate themIn January this year, five European countries submitted a proposal to restrict the production of around 10,000 per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) – also known as ‘forever chemicals’. These sub
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