Here's How One Community Made Quick Work of PFAS

A New York town removes PFAS from its drinking water supply in four months using a granular activated carbon treatment system.

Here's How One Community Made Quick Work of PFAS

Granular activated carbon adsorber pipes are connected to a valve manifold that directs the water to and from the granular activated carbon vessels.

PFAS, used in nonstick and waterproof coatings, personal products and fire suppression foams, have become a significant concern for drinking water utilities.

These long-molecular-chain fluoride and carbon chemicals are resilient and are suspected of being linked to many health...

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