ECT2 has global experience working with parties responsible for releases, state agencies, and utilities to reduce exposure to PFAS and other emerging contaminants in drinking water through the installation of treatment systems connected to public water systems or point-of-entry treatment (POET) systems. ECT2 provides a full range of services in the implementation of drinking water treatment systems, including bench and pilot studies, design and engineering, temporary systems, permanent systems, installation, construction management, startup and commissioning and ongoing operating contracts. Led by our highly-experienced process engineering team, we have the expertise to evaluate source conditions in conjunction with outcome expectations in order to arrive at the best possible solutions to drinking water challenges. We have municipal treatment plants with design flows of over 1,000 GPM (63 LPS) in operation or under construction in New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Australia, and a 200 GPM (12 LPS) system currently operating in Katherine, Australia. We have also installed over 200 POET systems in the US, including systems at schools in Michigan and New Jersey.