What are PFAS and PFOS?




Side view of young female biologist using multiparameter instrument while testing dissolved oxygen in river.

Forever chemicals are commonly found in just about every consumer product. They are synthetic toxins that causes health problems to our liver and kidney systems.

Although these chemicals can be found everywhere, we encourage you to check for PFAS-Free Products: https://pfascentral.org/pfas-free-products/

Experts at National Sanitation Foundation and Environmental Working Group suggest the use of water filters to remove PFAS.

To stay updated on the latest news for PFAS and PFOS, check out: https://www.epa.gov/pfas/press-releases-related-pfas

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