In August 2019, DuPont committed to support U.S. EPA and global regulatory efforts to develop science-based guidelines for PFAS and to provide open-source access to others pursuing PFAS remediation using our PFAS water treatment resin technologies.
The US EPA has identified activated carbon adsorption, ion exchange resins, and high-pressure membranes as effective solutions for PFAS removal. Many different companies offer these materials and treatment systems using these technologies.
DuPont’s offerings for PFAS remediation include ion exchange resins and reverse osmosis membranes which are integrated by other manufacturers into water treatment systems. Our components don’t work alone but are fundamental to the removal of many trace contaminants in water, including PFAS, in comprehensive remediation systems.
Per our commitment to share information on our PFAS water treatment resin technologies, we are providing open-source access to the following technical papers:
You can access one or both documents by providing some basic information through the link below. The information provided will be used only by DuPont to measure interest and not provided to any third parties.
Please click here to view and download the documents.
If you have any questions about the information provided in the technical papers, you can contact us here.
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