Scientists Develop New Material to Clean Up Forever Chemicals

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Takeaways:

  • Researchers have developed a new bioremediation technology using plant-based material and fungi that could help clean up PFAS (or forever chemicals) found in soil and water.
  • The plant material adsorbs the pollutant, and the fungi consume it.
  • This will be an important discovery when dealing with water quality standards and finding cost-effective solutions to monitor and remove PFAS from the water.

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