Aerial view of Aland Islands at summer time. Finland. The Archipelago. Photo made by drone from above. Nordic Natural Landscape.

Learn more about PFAS

PFASs are a group of chemicals used commonly in products such as in fire extinguishers, packaging materials and textiles to make our lifes more convenient and versitile. However, PFASs are extremely persistent, bioaccumulate in the environment and can have adverse effect on wildlife and humans. Thus, it is important to identify their sources and reduce emissions to the environment. On this page you will find more information about PFAS and PFAS in water.

Last updated: 2021-07-19
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