Destroying “forever chemicals” for good

Read the full story from JSTOR Daily.

Because PFAS are ubiquitous and invisible, the recent spotlight on reigning in the chemicals may be the nudge manufacturers need to work on inventing scalable ways to clean up the contaminants. With more than 4,000 chemicals sprinkled throughout thousands of products, it will take a lot more than a trailerful of cleanup duty with supercritical water to tackle the worst-impacted areas.

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