Bluewater says an immediate total ban on PFAS needed as a Swedish study warns Swedes to avoid eating PFAS-contaminated fish

Swedish consumers are being warned to limit eating certain types of fish to just a couple of times a year due to toxic contamination. According to a new Swedish Society for Nature Conservation study, edible fish like pikeperch from the freshwater Lake Mälaren, just west of the capital Stockholm, contain high levels of the environmental toxin PFAS.