Innovative Treatment Approaches for PFAS-Impacted Matrices
Installations impacted by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a significant liability for the DoD. In recent years, research and demonstration efforts have been conducted to develop novel and more effective treatment technologies for PFAS in the environment. This session provided a field perspective on treatment of impacted matrices and highlight the latest innovations for in situ and ex situ treatment applications that includes treatment trains and novel adsorbents.
|Session Chair: Dr. Ramona Iery, NAVFAC EXWC|
|Dr. Ramona Iery, NAVFAC EXWC|
|Dr. Craig Divine, Arcadis|
|Treatment of PFAS-impacted Matrices: An Air Force Perspective||Dr. Catharine Varley, Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC)|
|Elucidating the Mechanisms of PFAS Adsorption by Varying Sorbent Surface Chemistry||Dr. Paul Edmiston, The College of Wooster|
|Principles of Ex Situ/In Situ Applications of Foam Fractionation for Treatment of PFAS-impacted Media||Mr. Zoom Nguyen, CDM Smith|
|Soil Washing Pilot Demonstration Results: Treatment of AFFF-impacted Soils at Eielson Air Force Base||Mr. Joe Quinnan, Arcadis and Mr. Colin Morrell, CleanEarth|
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