PFAS Movement

PFAS Movement

Published on 15 May 2023

PFAS, also called “forever chemicals”, is the collective name for a group of several thousand toxic chemicals used in many consumer products. 

Studies have found links between PFAS exposure and various cancers, lowered birth weights, and adverse effects on the immune system.

Since 2020, the PFAS Movement gathers companies that support a ban on PFAS. We look forward to your company joining too!

This is what you should tell your customers about PFAS

Members of PFAS Movement

At ChemSec, we recognise that citizens and public interest groups are not the only voices needed in the debate about toxic PFAS chemicals – businesses are equally important. And we know for a fact that many companies have a strong dedication to move away from PFAS in products and supply chains.

  • Abacus
  • ACO
  • Advansor
  • Aequor Inc.
  • Alligo
  • Apotea
  • Armadillo Merino
  • AxFood AB
  • Bacher Work Wear
  • Bagaren & Kocken
  • Ballingslöv
  • BAMA Group
  • Base Of Sweden
  • Beautycounter
  • Bergans
  • BESTSELLER (Only, Vero Moda, Jack&Jones)
  • BionicProtect
  • Björk and Berries
  • Björn Axén
  • BK
  • Blue Diamond
  • Blue Loop Originals
  • Blåbær Production AS
  • Brunngård AB
  • Cellbes
  • Cervera
  • CGS
  • Clas Ohlson
  • Combekk
  • Coop Denmark
  • Coop Sverige
  • Craft of Scandinavia
  • Dafo
  • Didriksons
  • Duni
  • Elis Textil Service AB
  • Ellos Group (Ellos, Jotex, Stayhard, Homeroom)
  • Elvine
  • Eureau
  • Fjällräven
  • Fristads
  • GreenChef
  • GreenLife
  • GreenPan
  • Greyhound Chromatography & Allied Chemicals
  • H&M
  • Heirol
  • Houdini
  • Housegard
  • ICA
  • Icebug
  • IDUN Minerals
  • Inditex
  • iPinium
  • Isadora
  • JeckyBeng
  • KappAhl
  • KEEN Footwear
  • KID / Hemtex
  • Kingfisher
  • Klättermusen
  • Kronans Apotek
  • Kälte Eckert GmbH
  • Lacoste
  • Levi Strauss & Co.
  • Lindex
  • LYKO
  • Lyreco
  • Mammut
  • Marshall Headphones
  • MAX Burgers
  • Menigo Foodservice AB
  • Merten & Stock
  • NA-KD
  • Naturepedic
  • New Balance
  • NilsonGroup
  • Nilörn
  • Nudie Jeans
  • One For All
  • OnePan
  • Order Nordic
  • OrganoClick
  • Peak Performance
  • Pictura
  • Presto
  • Procurator
  • Ralph Lauren
  • Reflex
  • Revolutionrace AB
  • Royal van Kampen & Begeer
  • Runex
  • Rusta
  • Salming Sports
  • Scorett
  • Sensirion
  • Seventh Generation
  • Sier Disposables
  • Snickers Workwear
  • Stadium
  • Stierna Equestrian Sportswear
  • Suntribe
  • Sympatex
  • Søstrene Grene
  • Taiga
  • Texstar
  • The Cookware Company
  • Tranemo Advanced Workwear
  • Trenchant Textiles
  • Urbanears
  • Vinga
  • Vita Verde
  • Zound Industries

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“We know that PFAS build up in our blood and organs. We know that PFAS chemicals have been linked to serious health problems. And we know that PFAS have contaminated the drinking water of many more people than has been previously estimated. We need to end PFAS releases, ban PFAS in food packaging and filter PFAS out of our drinking water. We need to hold companies accountable”

— Mark Ruffalo, PFAS activist and Hollywood actor portraying Robert Bilott in the film “Dark Waters”

“I spent most of my career fighting PFAS contamination so know first-hand the risks these chemicals pose and the damage they can cause. As a citizen, it’s almost impossible to avoid PFAS since they are virtually everywhere. That’s why it is so important to support the efforts of those companies that are taking responsibility to do the right thing to try to phase out these chemicals from as many products as they can as quickly as possible. Thanks ChemSec and PFAS Movement for stepping up and helping moving the market towards safer products”

— Robert Bilott, Environmental Attorney with more than 20 years’ experience in pursuing litigation of unlawful handling of hazardous PFAS chemicals; his story is depicted in the film “Dark Waters”

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