Lisa Stiffler writes in GeekWire about a machine that is destroying PFAS chemicals.
- Toxic PFAS chemicals, which are often called “forever chemicals” because they do not break down, have met their match thanks to Tacoma-based startup Aquagga.
- Aquagga has created a PFAS destroying device nicknamed Eleanor that removes more than 99% of PFAS chemicals in treated water.
- Elanor was recently deployed to Fairbanks International Airport where it treated 20,000 gallons of contaminated water that contained PFAS-heavy firefighter foam.
Read the full article here.