PFOA banned under Stockholm Convention

Delegates at the ninth Stockholm Convention conference in Geneva have agreed to ban perfluorooctanoic acid, commonly known as PFOA, along with its salts and related compounds, because of its risks to the environment.

by Simon Pickstone

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