Manufacturing.net: New Remediation Tech Removes, Destroys ‘Forever Chemicals’

University of Rhode Island hydrogeologist Thomas Boving and colleagues at EnChem Engineering Inc. are testing a proprietary new technology for quickly removing and destroying hazardous chemical compounds from soil and groundwater. If proven effective, the technology could soon be applied to cleaning up the abundant per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, collectively referred to as PFAS and “forever chemicals,” that contaminate drinking water supplies serving about one-third of Americans.

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