Using cartridge filtration systems to remove PFAS contaminants from drinking water


By Cyndi Benson and Alfredo Rizo-Patron

End user households and municipal water utilities are increasingly grappling with the need to address per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) once they are detected in source water. Also known as forever chemicals, because they are among the most persistent toxic compounds in existence, even low doses of PFAS have been linked to serious health problems.

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