Restricting the use of PFAS: Multinational and cross-industry activities underway


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As early as 2014, a group of researchers had examined the effect of exposure of polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) stemming from outdoor jackets. The study showed that among the background population, the highest intermediate exposure was a factor of 3-10 below the estimated average dietary intake, while among individuals occupationally exposed ...

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