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US Nuclear Helps America Navigate the PFAS Ingestion Crisis

LOS ANGELES, CA - (NewMediaWire) - May 20, 2024 - With toxic PFAS contaminants being found and ingested across the nation in everything from household products to soil, drinking water, air, and even throughout the food chain, US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE) has launched a groundbreaking solution to help address this pervasive crisis.  US Nuclear leveraged its new, cutting-edge technology to develop a rapid, highly sensitive PFAS monitor that can measure PFAS contamination down to an amazing 1 part per trillion in less than a few minutes, which is well below the EPA’s strict new limit of 4ppt.

Less than a month ago, the EPA issued the first ever standard for targeting PFAS contamination, requiring companies to reduce and monitor PFAS levels down to the lowest limit possible which is 4ppt.  With the new rules in effect and with public concern about PFAS spreading, there is a drastic need for more testing, especially as PFAS contamination continues to be found in new sites across the nation.  Alarmingly, high-levels of PFAS chemicals are being found across the entire food chain, including in mammals, birds, fish, vegetables, as well as in popular processed foods. 

US Nuclear’s innovative PFAS monitor can be used by water utilities, private well, home, or farm owners, and water quality testing organizations to identify trace amounts of PFAS contamination in water or in air, onsite, enabling continuous monitoring and swift, targeted remediation without having to wait days or weeks for laboratory a report.  In addition, US Nuclear’s monitors can measure and identify other common drinking water contaminants, such as arsenic and uranium, offering a comprehensive analysis to ensure safety.  

“We are proud to introduce a PFAS monitoring system which can measure trace levels of PFAS on-the-spot within minutes, instead of relying on the time-consuming process of taking a sample and sending it to a lab for analysis,” commented Bob Goldstein, CEO of US Nuclear Corp.  “Our technology represents a significant advancement for monitoring and tracking PFAS contamination, providing Americans with the tools they need to safeguard their health and resources.”

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US Nuclear Corp. (OTC-QB: UCLE)

Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman

Michael Hastings, Chief Financial Officer

Ph: (818) 883 7043


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