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PFAS research
  • Published
    September 6, 2022

    NSF funds UMaine research into novel approach for eliminating PFAS

    The National Science Foundation has awarded $250,000 for Onur Apul, an assistant professor of environmental engineering, to research how to remove “forever chemicals” from spent granular activated carbons used to absorb PFAS from drinking water — and then use thermal regeneration potentially to cause the PFAS to decompose.

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