In the News - Diamond technology to cleans up wastewater contaminated with PFAS
Updated: Dec 5, 2018
Yesterday, scientists and engineers from FTCH attended a talk on the newest technology under development at the Fraunhofer USA Center for Coatings and Diamond Technologies-Michigan State University (MSU-Fraunhofer). This technology aims to clean up PFAS from wastewater, and for that it utilizes bored doped diamond to tackle this difficult contaminant. Curious about the use of diamonds on PFAS removal? You can find more details about the technology being developed by the research group led by Dr. Cory Rusinek at the MSU-Fraunhofer here.