Reed rushes find PFAS not so indestructible

RESEARCH has found Australian native plants can significantly remediate per and poly fluoroalkyl substance pollutants through floating wetlands to create healthier environments and halt PFAS exposure rates.

Reed rushes find PFAS not so indestructible Reed rushes find PFAS not so indestructible Reed rushes find PFAS not so indestructible Reed rushes find PFAS not so indestructible Reed rushes find PFAS not so indestructible

Dr John Awad's research has shown that PFAS can be removed from contaminated water by Australian native rushes. Image: University of South Australia.