Scientists demand action on PFAS pollution

Thirty academics, regulators and government scientists from across the world have called for more stringent regulation of common fluoropolymers

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Thirty academics, regulators and government scientists from across the world have called for more stringent regulation of common fluoropolymers.

The so-called ‘Zurich Statement’ was published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives in August and has since been signed by a growing list of other experts. It represents the consensus from discussions held during a two-day workshop in the city last November.

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