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Paid Webinar - Compare the various PFAS treatment options - Thursday, March 5

PFAS Cleanup Strategies: Remediation Technologies and Eliminating Risk is less than one week away – Sign up now to compare the benefits, costs, and potential drawbacks of the various PFAS treatment options.

Course Description:
PFOA and PFOS—together referred to as PFAS—are emerging contaminants with environmental impacts now being reported in the soil, air, and groundwater. The good news, however, is that they can be removed through techniques like granular activated carbon, ion exchange, and membrane processes.

Join Forester University for this live, educational webinar next Thursday, March 5, at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST featuring returning speaker Dr. Viraj deSilva, Wastewater Treatment Director and National Liquids Management Expert at SCS Engineers.

Dr. deSilva will present case studies of cost-effective, efficient, and established treatment processes on PFAS-contaminated sites and offer tips for managing PFAS waste generated by these cleanup efforts. He will also discuss ongoing research aimed at discovering innovative treatment methods.

Learning Objectives:

  • Know what short- and long-chained PFAS are, why they exist, and where they are being used
  • Learn the most popular methods of PFAS removal from wastewater
  • Explore available technology that can reduce PFAS to less-than-detectable levels
  • Analyze whether background water chemistry influences operation of these treatment processes
  • Discover research that is being conducted to improve, manage, and treat PFAS waste

Complete this course to earn a 1 PDH / 0.1 CEU certificate