Meet the Gator That Gobbles Up PFAS

A light-activated chemical technology is designed to break PFAS molecules into harmless compounds on site in a broad range of operation conditions

Meet the Gator That Gobbles Up PFAS

The PFASigator system operates at atmospheric temperatures and pressure and does not require constant monitoring. Pictured with a pilot system is Ben Johnson, field assistant.

PFAS treatment poses special challenges in that the work is not over just because these “forever chemicals” are removed from the water stream.

After their removal, the question remains: what to do with the PFAS-containing granular activated carbon, ion-exchange resin or...

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