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¿Qué son los PFAS?

Todo lo que necesita saber sobre los “químicos eternos” y cómo evitarlos.

Los PFAS son un grupo de químicos creados por los seres humanos utilizados en un gran número de productos industriales y para consumo individual. Son conocidos como “químicos eternos” pues la mayoría de ellos no se descompone. Use esta guía para entender los PFAS y cómo limitar su exposición a ellos.

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