THE US EPA HAS JUST ANNOUNCED NEW HEALTH ADVISORIES FOR FOUR PFAS COMPOUNDS, WITH THE VALUES BEING QUITE LOW FOR PFOA AND PFOS.
Weston & Sampson assisted the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CTDEEP) in developing a comprehensive GIS-based toolkit to evaluate relative PFAS release risks across the state. The toolkit was designed as a web app hosted in the CTDEEP’s ArcGIS Online organization.
Alternatives analysis, design, and installation of PFAS treatment system design.
Steven LaRosa will will be co-chairing an upcoming webinar put on by EBC’s Rhode Island chapter titled “PFAS Update – Shifting Regulatory Tides in the Ocean State”
EPA- and VTDEC-regulation compliant response plan and guidance document for use by public water supplies when PFAS contaminants are detected.
Weston & Sampson’s Steve LaRosa and Corey Repucci will be leading an upcoming webinar presented by the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) titled “PFAS in Wastewater, Surface Water, and Biosolids – The Next Big Thing?” on March 25, 2021.
Frank Ricciardi, PE, LSP, and Steven LaRosa co-chair and moderate, and George Naslas, PG, LSP presents at the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) Annual Emerging Contaminants Seminar: PFAS – The Forever Chemical virtual meeting on Tuesday, February 9, 2021.
Several subject matter experts from Weston & Sampson will conduct a webinar in association with the GSRWA entitled “PFAS Logistics and Case Studies.”
Weston & Sampson’s Steve LaRosa will be co-chairing and presenting as part of an upcoming webinar put on by the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC)’s Rhode Island chapter titled ““PFAS Update – Where We Are and Where We’re Heading.”
Several Weston & Sampson professionals presented during a recent webinar sponsored by the South Carolina Association of Environmental Professionals (SCAEP) titled “PFAS – A National Perspective.”