Testing shows a landfill in Flanders is removing high amounts of PFAS with patented technology from Swedish cleantech innovator, and Ragn-Sells associated company, Chromafora. It’s a successful first international foray but also an entry into the foremost market for PFAS removal.

It only took about six months after the contracts were signed to install the SELPAXT technology at a waste landfill in Flanders, Belgium. And just another six months after the system came on-line in the fall of 2023, an initial analysis found a 97% reduction of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the facility’s leachate.   

Yet – in more ways than one – the project is part of something that’s been years in the making.

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