A Reintroduction to PFAS.
Date: Thursday, April 21, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
Format: Big Marker (Login information will be sent to you separately)
Free for SAME Members
$25.00 for Non-members
PFAS impacts from the historical use of aqueous film forming foam are widespread and affect many aspects of the function and future of our military bases. However, the amount of information about PFAS available can be overwhelming. This is the first in a series of presentations that will distill the vast amount of information into digestible quantities and focus on what you need to know. This webinar will provide a baseline understanding of PFAS and cover the “what, when, where, why, and now what.”
- Learn about the SAME Environmental COI PFAS Industry-Government Engagement project to providing learning resources for DOD personnel to understand the PFAS issue better
- Learn about PFAS history of use, nomenclature, chemistry, and regulation
- Get introduced to sampling, analysis, mobility, risk assessment, and treatment
Bill DiGuiseppi, Emerging Issues, Vice Chair for the SAME Environmental COI; Jacobs
Lisa Kammer, Principal Project Geologist, Weston Solutions
Rick Wice, Chair, SAME Environmental COI; Battelle
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