Michelle Bellanca, CEO of cleantech company Claros Technologies, recently shared her thoughts on how to fix the nation’s PFAS problem.
WTiN spoke to Dr John Brockgreitens from Claros Technologies about its technologies that fully destroys PFAS from textile effluent and materials. Claros Technologies says it is working to clean up the industry by capturing and destroying PFAS in textile wastewater.
Scientific technology may have led to the PFAS contamination problem, but it’s also leading to solutions. Technologies developed at the University of Minnesota and being offered by Claros Technologies detect and destroy PFAS in wastewater, leaving only detoxified water and naturally occurring elements.