US firms first in line for fluorochemical phase-out

The US Environmental Protection Agency is pursuing an international ban on perfluorinated sulphonyl compounds following 3M's decision to abandon them two years ago. Many sectors have been able to find substitutes, but the photographic, microelectronics and aviation industries have negotiated exemptions. Meanwhile, scientists are finding an increasing range of perfluorinated pollutants in the environment.

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