Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) are synthetic organofluorine chemical compounds that have multiple fluorine atoms attached to an alkyl chain.

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Critical Oversight in EPA’s PFAS Rules: Ignoring a Key Contaminant Source

Tobacco Industry Tactics: Makers of PFAS “Forever Chemicals” Covered Up the Dangers

Reusable granules suck harmful PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ out of water

Dismantling the PFAS 'Forever Chemicals' Legacy [Sponsored]

Toxic PFAS can be broken down by bacteria found in wastewater

Thought To Be Safe: Replacement PFAS Used in Food Packaging Are Actually Hazardous

EPA to Restrict Toxic PFAS Chemicals in Drinking Water

Plastic containers can contain PFAS -- and it's getting into food

Toilet paper is an unexpected source of PFAS in wastewater

US military to test destroying toxic PFAS with superheated water

Farewell to 'forever' -- Destroying PFAS by grinding it up with a new additive

Scientists Destroyed 95% of Toxic 'Forever Chemicals' in Just 45 Minutes, Study Reports | Using hydrogen and UV light, scientists reported destroying 95% of two kinds of toxic PFAS chemicals in tap water in under an hour.

Alligators exposed to PFAS show autoimmune effects

Beauty products with fluorinated ingredients may also contain PFAS, study reports

Study finds high levels of PFAS in school uniforms

E.P.A. to Designate PFAS, or ‘Forever Chemicals,’ as Hazardous

How simulations could help get PFAS out of soil

Just 3 ingredients can quickly destroy widely used PFAS ‘forever chemicals’