3M pledges to stop making 'forever chemicals' by 2025

Michael Holder
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US manufacturing giant moves ahead of regulators by promising to phase-out harmful PFAS substances within three years

3M has promised to stop making and using harmful 'forever chemicals' across its product portfolio by the end of 2025, with the manufacturing giant admitting growing regulatory, consumer, and investor concerns...

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