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PFAS Thermal Treatment Database
The PFAS Thermal Treatment Database (PFASTT) is a growing database that contains over 2,000 records of 80 sources documenting the treatability of PFAS in different media via various thermal processes. The PFASTT was created as a response to the need for a centralized database to record reliable references for researchers and general public. Sources cited in the database include peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed journals, government reports, conference reports, and other types of publications.
Sources entered focused on the following thermal treatment processes:
The database does not include low temperature processes or processes where the primary treatment mechanism is non-thermal. For example, the database does not include data on persulfate, plasma, electrochemical, or photolysis treatment processes.
Use the menu at the top of the page to navigate the database:
Users can also view data by attribute: References, Scope, and Conditions.
The data structure of the PFASTT is separated into three levels beyond the initial reference:
This database structure is depicted below.
Learn more About the Database Structure.
For any questions about this application, please contact Page Jordan (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Phillip Potter (email@example.com).