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Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ contaminate indoor air at worrying levels, study finds

Researchers tested indoor air at 20 sites and detected the “forever chemicals” in 17 locations. The airborne compounds are thought to break off of PFAS-treated products such as carpeting and clothing and attach to dust or freely float through the indoor environment. More:

Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ contaminate indoor air at worrying levels, study finds  –  The Guardian
I tested my tap water, household products and cat for toxic ‘forever chemicals’  –  The Guardian
The Air That We Breathe: Neutral and Volatile PFAS in Indoor Air (Research abstract)
An overview of the uses of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) (Research article)Researchers tested indoor air at 20 sites and detected the “forever chemicals” in 17 locations. The airborne compounds are thought to break off of PFAS-treated products such as carpeting and clothing and attach to dust or freely float through the indoor environment. More:

Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ contaminate indoor air at worrying levels, study finds  –  The Guardian
I tested my tap water, household products and cat for toxic ‘forever chemicals’  –  The Guardian
The Air That We Breathe: Neutral and Volatile PFAS in Indoor Air (Research abstract)
An overview of the uses of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) (Research article)

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