A Dynamic and Data-Driven Approach to PFAS Investigations – Achieving More with Less
Daniel Griffiths, Jeffrey Hale, Toni Mehraban, Thomas Drachenberg Parsons
The objective of this presentation is to present rapid site characterization strategies, optimized data collection and management methodologies, innovative PFAS data analysis tools, and advanced communication concepts using real-world site datasets to provide the audience with reality-based means to advance their own projects.
PFAS and Contaminated Sediments: The Next Frontier?
Daniel Opdyke, Jennifer Benaman, John Connolly, Betsy Henry Anchor QEA, LLC
The objective of this presentation is to understand impact of detecting PFAS or PFOA at an existing contaminated sediment site, with an emphasis on impacts to ongoing site characterization and the remedial alternative evaluation process. This will include a discussion of whether and how one can assess the impact of proposed remedial alternatives on PFAS concentrations.
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in Biosolids: Do We Need to Care?
Krista Barfoot and François Lauzon Stantec Consulting Limited
The objective of this presentation is to provide a survey of recent findings on PFAS concentrations in biosolids, the potential for PFAS to move into the food stream through the application of biosolids, and evaluations of human and ecological risks associated PFAS in land-applied biosolids. The review will cover recent toxicological studies, regulatory standards and guidelines, and available information on background PFAS exposure.