PFAS, or polyfluoroalkyl substances, are a group of manmade fluorinated compounds which are used for a variety of applications by both industry and residential households. PFAS have been in commercial use since the 1940s and are abundant in today’s society. While their stability makes them widely used, PFAS is NOT a component of CIPP products.


Fact Sheet

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PFAS Water Contamination

Concerns as it Relates to Pipe Rehab

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PFAS in CIPP Resins

AOC weighs in on PFAS and Cure-in-Place-Pipe resins

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