Researchers receive funding to build a system that selectively removes and destroys PFAS

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The National Alliance for Water Innovation of the US Department of Energy has given engineers at the University of Illinois Chicago just over $1 million to develop a system that selectively eliminates and destroys poly- and perfluorinated substances, also known as PFAS and referred to as “forever chemicals,” from industrial and municipal wastewaters.

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