Alternative PFAS Chemistries

Alternative PFAS Chemistries

Companies must be proactive and remove dangerous PFAS “forever chemicals” from their product life cycles to meet sustainability goals and comply with new regulations. In this Intelligence Brief, we discuss the use and phaseout of PFAS substances, providing an overview of recent legislation banning them and profiling examples that illustrate how companies are meeting the challenge of transitioning to a PFAS-free business model.

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Alternative PFAS Chemistries

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are widely used to impart resistance to heat, oil, stains, grease, and water in products across industries. However, these substances are known to persist in the environment and have been linked to serious health problems. To meet their individual sustainability goals, meet growing customer demand for green chemistry, and comply with government policies, companies are looking for ways to phase out PFAS and use environmentally friendly alternative PFAS chemistries. 

Included in this Intelligence Brief:

  • Naming conventions and physical and chemical properties of PFAS
  • Potential business opportunities for championing PFAS alternatives
  • Overview of country-specific legislation banning PFAS across the globe
  • Examples of retailer commitments to eliminate PFAS
  • Profiles of 3 companies deploying alternative PFAS chemistries
  • Subject Matter Expert insights by John Baker, President of Alan Environmental

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