The Science of PFAS: Chemistry, Health, and Multimedia Measurements
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Stay up-to-date on the latest developments in PFAS research, multimedia measurements, treatment technologies, and environmental policy from experts in the field
As the concern for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) increases, A&WMA has developed this conference to bring together scientists, researchers, academics, practitioners, regulators, and the regulated community to discuss the current state of PFAS science and to help develop solutions for the future.
Dubbed “forever chemicals” by the media, PFAS pose unique challenges with their persistence, revolving life-cycle, and distinctive chemical characteristics. Conference sessions will explore the chemistry, health effects, and current regulatory approaches and guidance for PFAS in water, soil, biosolids, landfills, and air, as well as methods for their measurement, treatment, and destruction.
Experts will present research and solutions on all aspects of PFAS, including:
- Health Effects
- Water Issues
- Soils and Biosolids
- Landfills and Leachate
- Measurement Methods
- Treatment Methods
- Federal Policy, Guidance, and DOD Impacts
- State Activities
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