PFAS are leaving a chemical fingerprint in pine needles

Read the full story at Environmental Health News.

Pine trees are tracking airborne chemicals, according to new research.

Every pine needle tested in a North Carolina State University study contained PFAS chemicals—with researchers finding more than 70 different types of the compounds.

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