The race to replace persistent chemicals in our homes

Shari Franjevic is the programme manager for GreenScreen, which certifies products as free of PFAS and other chemicals. “In countries where PFAS-free products are allowed, for use at airports, for example, the products are being purchased and users are satisfied with the performance, e.g. London Heathrow,” Ms Franjevic says.

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