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Toxic PFAS chemicals render rainwater unsafe to drink across the globe

A striking new review article from researchers in Europe argues the global spread of certain hazardous chemicals is so pervasive that unsafe levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) can be found in rainwater from all parts of the world, including remote regions such as Antarctica and the Tibetan Plateau.

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    Toxic PFAS chemicals render rainwater unsafe to drink across the globe

    Toxic PFAS chemicals render rainwater unsafe to drink across the globe

    A striking new review article from researchers in Europe argues the global spread of certain hazardous chemicals is so pervasive that unsafe levels …

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