Pentagon might have solution to toxic chemical pollution at military bases

While most military bases in the U.S. are reporting contaminated ground water, usually from fire-fighting foam, the Pentagon has a plan to address the cancer-linked chemicals.

A group of civilian researchers is exploring a high-tech solution according to a report in Military Times.

The Enhanced Contact Plasma Reactor made its debut in September at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, according to a Tuesday release from the Air Force, in a field demonstration of its ability to break down per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance.

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