Reusable pellets suck harmful PFAS ‘eternal chemicals’ out of the water TNA

A sign on the Huron River in Michigan warning of high levels of PFAS

PFAS pollution in Michigan’s Huron River means anglers are being warned not to eat any fish they catch there

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Aluminum coated pellets selectively target and extract harmful “eternal chemicals” from water better than any other method.

Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a class of synthetic chemicals widely used in coatings and foams that are resistant to oil, heat, and water. There are thousands of types of PFAS, used in everything from dental floss to waterproof jackets and nonstick pans.

Many of these chemicals have been shown to have adverse health effects, including…

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