Study finds that PFAS detection was positively associated with the number of PFAS sources and proportions of people of color who are served by a water system.
May 17, 2023
This is the first peer-reviewed study to show sociodemographic disparities in drinking water PFAS exposures and to statistically link sources such as landfills and airports to PFAS concentrations in community water systems.
With one use, this sponge filtered lead to below detectable levels.
May 11, 2023
"This work may be pertinent to water quality issues both locally and globally," says Benjamin Shindel, a Ph.D. student in Germany. "We want to see this out in the world, where it can make a real impact."
'These settlements exemplify how EPA holds commercial enterprises accountable for assuring that they do not harm the communities where they are,' says EPA New England Admin.
May 9, 2023
All six companies promptly corrected the EPCRA violations after EPA inspections and have filed required reports about their use or generation of toxic chemicals under EPA's Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) program.
In Situ Remediation Services Ltd. (IRSL), a leading environmental remediation company based in Canada, has recently completed a pilot study demonstrating how PFAS are effectively treated in the capillary fringe of an AFFF source zone by in situ injection using Colloidal Activated Carbon (CAC).
Webinar: PFAS destruction products are increasingly commercially available, with technologies like Aquagga’s hydrothermal alkaline treatment, or HALT, and Regenesis’s PlumeStop, an in-situ colloidal activated carbon, or CAC.