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PFAS and the flurocarbons are probably the most toxic-for-ever chemicals. Hugely damaging to public health, implicated in climate change and catastrophic to nature by their toxicity to plants and animals in our rivers, seas and oceans.

These chemicals are literally toxic for ever, they do not break down, they do not go away and they MUST NOT be discharged into the environment, by municipal wastewater or industrial discharges. Check out DARK Waters film.

Implications of PFAS on the environment are explained in the Ocean Science report.

There are some wonderful water treatment technologies available and companies within the WTN water treatment network of Scotlands HydroNation. If we are serious about public and environmental health, these issues should not be hidden, or blocked. We must face up to the problems, properly engage with companies and provide solutions.

Neil Kitching Barry Greig Jon Rathjen Simon Parsons Elise Cartmell @

Life on earth depends upon healthy Oceans, we have 10 years to stop toxic chemical pollution, or life on earth may become impossible

Dr. Howard Dryden, CSO

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