PFAS chemical removal is essential to keep drinking water clean in communities where PFAS chemicals have contaminated the water supplies. None of the current technologies are capable of both removing and destroying PFAS simultaneously. A combination of technologies may be the best approach in order to overcome the limitations of ionic exchange. A combination of adsorption followed by anionic exchange would remove both the longer and shorter chain PFAS.
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