Environmentally Safe

Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF)


PFAS-containing Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) is a fire suppressant used to fight hydrocarbon fuel fires in aircraft hangars and industrial facilities. These chemicals, which have turned up in drinking water in cities across the U.S., have been linked to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, birth defects for pregnant women’s babies, and various cancers including kidney, testicular, prostate, breast, liver, and ovarian. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that PFAS chemicals are in the blood of 98% of the U.S. population. They are also known as “forever chemicals,” bioaccumulating in humans with long half-lives and never breaking down in the environment. The Safespill floor is a chemical-free, environmentally friendly fire protection solution, proactively used to fight hydrocarbon fuel fires.

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Clean up of an AFFF Fire suppression foam system
Accidental discharge of a foam based fire suppression system in an aircraft hangar
2854

PFAS Contaminated Sites

679

PFAS Contaminated Military Sites

50

PFAS Contaminated State

12

US States that have banned PFAS containing firefighting foam

EWG’s PFAS Contamination Map


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Source: Environmental Working Group
2854

Locations are known to have PFAS contamination

679

Military sites with known and suspected discharges of PFAS

50

U.S. states have contaminated PFAS ground water or drinking water

12

U.S. states have legislation banning PFAS-containing firefighting foam

Our Mission


To transition the world to environmentally safe fire protection. For more on our mission, visit our about us page.

Transitioning the world to environmentally safe fire protection

Instead of reacting to a fire, our system takes away the liquids fueling the fire proactively.