According to a news release from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, over two dozen public water systems in West Virginia have detectable levels of so-called "forever chemicals."
With one use, this sponge filtered lead to below detectable levels.
May 11, 2023
"This work may be pertinent to water quality issues both locally and globally," says Benjamin Shindel, a Ph.D. student in Germany. "We want to see this out in the world, where it can make a real impact."
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