David Jassby

Professor of civil and environmental engineering, UCLA

Professor of civil and environmental engineering, UCLA

David Jassby on KCRW

Sources of so-called “forever chemicals” are all around us: non-stick frying pans, water-resistant clothing and carpeting, food packaging.

‘Forever chemicals’ discovered in California’s water supply

Sources of so-called “forever chemicals” are all around us: non-stick frying pans, water-resistant clothing and carpeting, food packaging.

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