Scientists Find a Way to Break Down Forever Chemicals

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  • Researchers from Northwestern University have found that sodium hydroxide and dimethyl sulfoxide can break PFAS into harmless byproducts.
  • These two chemicals can break down PFAS at 248 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • To date, no discoveries have been made to break down the PFAS, only how to filter them out of water.

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