PFAS is a BIG emerging contaminant of concern, and new studies are starting to pop up looking at how plants can help remediate polluted waters – check out this new study will likely impact the phytoremediation world! Conducted by Australian and Chinese researchers, the study found that Juncas sacophorus (Broom Rush) could both tolerate and accumulate three important PFAS chemicals: PFOS, PFOA, and PFHxS!


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