PFAS Health Concerns in Air, Water and Soil


Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) can accumulate over time and are often referring to as ‘forever chemicals’ for their longevity. Research has shown that they can have a negative impact on human health, including reproductive and developmental issues, depressed immune responses, liver and kidney problems and even cancer.

In this infographic, explore some of the potential sources these issues stem from and understand the connections between PFAS and well-being. Plus, see a list of PFAS analytical methods and testing regulations.