• Four to eight times higher capacity than activated carbon for PFOS and PFOA
  • Highly effective on broad range of PFAS
  • System is regenerable on site, and therefore more sustainable and cost-effective than other technologies
  • Technology was successfully demonstrated at the former Pease Air Force Base in NH
  • Smaller footprint, lower capital and operating costs
  • Solution used for regeneration can be reclaimed and reused
  • Broad application at PFAS-contaminated sites across the U.S.