Toxic PFAS compounds are contaminating the air inside homes, classrooms and stores at alarming levels, a new study has found.
Researchers with the University of Rhode Island and Green Science Policy Institute 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.
Experts previously considered food and water to be the two main routes by which humans are exposed to PFAS, but the study’s authors note that many humans
Foods and drinking water have been believed to be the key means people are uncovered to PFAS, but analyze points to threat of respiratory them in
By Tom Perkins / The Guardian
Poisonous PFAS compounds are contaminating the air inside homes, lecture rooms and stores at alarming amounts, a new examine has uncovered.
Scientists with the University of Rhode Island and Green Science Plan Institute examined indoor air at 20 web-sites and detected the “forever chemicals” in 17 areas. The airborne compounds are believed to break off of PFAS-addressed products these as carpeting and clothes and connect to dust or