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Fixing “forever” firefighting foam

Fixing “forever” firefighting foam

Aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) has been used by firefighters since the 1960s to extinguish flammable liquid fires.  Unfortunately, it contains (PFAS), a suite of synthetic “forever” chemicals. These chemicals are highly resistant to degradation, and can pose human health risks and environmental cleanup and liability challenges for businesses.  The alternative, fluorine-free foams (F3) are both promising and challenging in the face of their widespread effectiveness and regulatory roadblocks.

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