PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ detected in wild fish in England
So-called PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ have been detected in species of wild fish in England, including flounder, dab and plaice, adding to growing evidence of the impact of the man-made chemicals on wildlife and the environment.
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