PFAS are associated with a variety of health issues and have been a focus of environmental and public health researchers.
How do you destroy pollution so stubborn, it’s nicknamed “forever chemicals”?
Wisconsin and all other states have seen the effects of so-called “forever chemicals.” Those pushing for their removal say 3M’s announcement to phase them out is another step in the right direction.
A program to collect and dispose of at least 25,000 gallons of PFAS-containing firefighting foam from fire departments across Wisconsin began on Monday, according to a release from Gov. Tony Evers’ office.