Electro-oxidation: How to Sustainably Destroy PFAS in Water

Innovative technology is key to the destruction of a hazardous compound that has been widely used for more than a half century in household and industrial products.

Using electro-oxidation technology, PFAS-laden water passes by an array of electrodes, a positively charged anode and a negatively charged cathode.

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Learn how electro-oxidation technology works, watch this short video.

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