Webinar: PFAS Update: Regulation, Forensics, and Remediation
Presented by the SAME Environmental Committee
Date: Thursday, January 24, 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. EST
Location: Virtual, connection information will be provided upon registering
Credit: 1.5 PDH Credit
Cost: FREE to SAME Members; $25 for non-members
Being smothered by PFAS Environmental and regulatory issues? Unsure of the PFAS source as well as fate and transport and available remedial methods to apply to your site? Attend our powerhouse webinar and learn the latest from ITRC PFAS team fact sheets and tools to deal with ever changing regulatory requirements, cutting edge “fingerprinting” analysis to attempt to determine one PFAS source amongst several possibilities, and current R&D state of the art in fate and transport modelling and remedial technologies. In the process, you’ll get the regulator, federal, and industry perspective on these cutting-edge techniques and applications. REGISTER TODAY!
The SAME Environmental Committee will present a PFAS-focused webinar including: an update of the available ITRC PFAS Team tools including fact sheets, guidance documents, and training - plus regulatory drivers and current guidance / screening levels; review of signature chemistries from other PFAS sources (other than AFFF) and unique forensic analytical approach to differentiate these sources; and the current R&D state of the art in fate & transport modelling and remedial treatment technologies.
Focused on educating remediation practitioners, property owners or base environmental coordinators, responsible parties, regulatory communities and environmental consultants, this webinar will deliver the latest science and current efforts to provide a comprehensive “toolbox” to use in addressing PFAS contamination at your site.
You will learn:
- Regulator approaches and PFAS Regulatory Drivers
- Summary of current PFAS guidance and screening levels
- PFAS applications and both direct and indirect sources
- PFAS signature chemistries and forensic analysis
- Current state of the art and knowledge gaps for PFAS fate and transport and remediation, including path-forward next steps
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