why is Teflon so bad for the environment?



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    Because teflon releases a class of chemicals known as PFCs when heated. These are a really potent class of greenhouse gases that don’t break down for thousands of years. And, since teflon is used for nonstick coatings on cookware, the danger is that these PFCs are released into the environment during cooking.

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