Northwestern U. Chemists Discover Simple Way to Destroy ‘Forever Chemicals’

Northwestern U. Chemists Discover Simple Way to Destroy ‘Forever Chemicals’

PFAS (per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances), commonly used manufactured chemicals, are often called “forever chemicals,” because they can’t be safely destroyed and take thousands of years to break down naturally.  Found in everything from our drinking water to common household products like cookware, cosmetics, and upholstery fabrics, PFAS have...

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Green Construction Projects Come with New Materials, Methods, Risks

Green Construction Projects Come with New Materials, Methods, Risks

Green construction is growing, as companies strive to create more sustainable, energy-efficient, resilient buildings. As this article outlines, however, sustainable construction projects use new technologies, materials, and construction methods that create unforeseen challenges and risks: Most sustainable production plants use emerging...

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