@nomand Any idea how one might safely get rid of PFAS products? 🤔
At my insistence we've been phasing them out in my family, but I'm not sure if just throwing them in the trash was such a great idea.

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@csepp @nomand Put them in a metal box welded shut and bury it five feet deep. Make sure that the sides of the box are at least 1/2” thick.

Jokes aside, the EPA appears to have a page about it, maybe you’ll find something useful:

@csepp @nomand current methods sounds rather energy intense:

maybe at some point bacteria or fungi could evolve or be "developed" that are able to decompose them, but then of course the question becomes what are the decomposition materials?

probably CO2 and Fluorine-whatever-the-heck-is-nearby…

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