The Headline reads “Washington State House Approves Ban on Nonstick “PFSA” Chemicals in Firefighting Foam.” PFSA chemicals are suspected in contaminating ground water and causing cancer. What the article left out, is that these chemicals are used in Class B Foams and are NOT in Class A Foams. https://toxicfreefuture.org/washington-state-house-approves-ban-nonstick-pfas-chemicals-firefighting-foam/
Another detailed article identifies the problem to be in AFFF foams. – Read on for more on the Class B Foam controversy – https://theintercept.com/2018/02/10/firefighting-foam-afff-pfos-pfoa-epa/.The AFoamAcademy is back!!! – Announcing the Class A Foam & CAFS Symposium!!
The A-Foam Authority sponsored Class A Foam & CAFS Symposium. scheduled for September 28-30th in Cleburne, TX has been rescheduled to March 8-10, 2019. Full Details are available HERE – A FOAM ACADEMY.com!!!! Please check back frequently for updates and future programs!!AFoam Authority
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