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WEBINAR: Encompassing The Realm Of PFAS – Production To Destruction
10-12-2022 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
Join us for a PFAS webinar from our experts regarding our approach on October 12 at 12:30PM EDT.
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a class of emerging contaminants that are being detected in a variety of matrices including soil, water, and air due to widespread historical use. Available technologies to treat PFAS-impacted matrices continue to evolve as regulations are being promulgated. More efficient and feasible treatment alternatives are required to eliminate short- and long-term PFAS risks and liabilities.
The regulatory, investigation, and remedial paradigms for emerging contaminants such as PFAS are continually evolving and require a robust understanding of regulatory and scientific developments. As PFAS destruction technologies are developed, the need for low-cost, flexible, and sustainable alternatives has become evident. In this presentation, we will explore multiple aspects of PFAS remediation and provide a window into Parsons’ PFAS research and development program.
This presentation will include a review of field-implemented, limited application, and developing PFAS treatment technologies. To meet the need for a more efficient remedial solution, Parsons is developing an in situ PFAS destruction technology. Our patent-pending technology employs the injection of warm water and catalyzed oxidants and has been successfully demonstrated on a wide range of PFAS in
Ryan Thomas, PhD – Ryan Thomas, PhD, is an Emerging Contaminants Principal and Technical Director with 14 years of experience in
research and professional consulting. He has provided technical solutions for clients, published peer-reviewed articles, and supported technology development.
Akshay Parenky, PhD – Akshay Parenky, PhD, is an Emerging Contaminants Engineer and lead researcher on the Parsons in situ PFAS destruction technology. He has several peer-reviewed publications and assists clients with finding viable solutions to their PFAS challenges.
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