The Problem We Can't Ignore

Did you know that Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs), are harmful pollutants that have long-lasting impacts on ecosystems and human health. They originate from various sources, including industrial processes, vehicle emissions, and natural disasters like wildfires. PAHs are toxic to aquatic life. They accumulate in fish, leading to long-term health issues for both the fish and the predators those that consume them, including humans.

Detection challenges

Traditional methods of detecting PAHs are tedious and time consuming This process can take days or even weeks. Moreover, the equipment required is often bulky and not suitable for on-site testing.

  • Cost Implications: Lab-based tests are expensive, and frequent monitoring can strain the budgets of environmental agencies and companies that need to ensure compliance with environmental standards.
  • Lack of Real-Time Data: Without instant detection, it's challenging to take immediate corrective actions in case of high PAH levels, leading to prolonged exposure and potential harm.

The Game-Changing Solution

What if I told you there's now a way to detect PAHs instantly, affordably, and accurately? Our state-of-the-art biosensor is the answer you have been waiting for.

  • Instant Results: you could get accurate readings in seconds, not days
  • User-Friendly: you don't need a Ph.D. to operate it
  • Portable: you could take it anywhere, from factories to forests
  • Affordable: this technology doesn't have to break the bank

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