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Effective Technology Pairings for PFAS Destruction

Each PFAS remediation project is unique and several PFAS treatment and destruction solutions are available. By taking the time to understand all the factors influencing treatment effectiveness, you can find strategic technology pairings that remove and destroy PFAS while managing input costs, energy use, and the amount of waste produced.


FOAM-X Pilot Project in Alaska

In the summer of 2023, ECT2 worked on a project at Fairbanks International Airport in Alaska. Using our FOAM-X technology (foam fractionation), we successfully treated PFAS-contaminated water that had been stored in a fire training pit. From there, the foam containing PFAS waste was transferred to our destruction partner, Aquagga.


AFFF Cleanout: Why and How to Transition to Fluorine-Free Foams

At ECT2, we believe the world needs better ways to treat PFAS. After successful treatment of PFAS-contaminated water for over seven years, our team has developed a solution to tackle another PFAS challenge – cleaning the piping and equipment containing Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) and transitioning it to fluorine-free foams.


Introducing ECT2’s New PFAS Technology Tool

We are excited to announce our new PFAS Technology Selection Tool. As PFAS treatment requirements are unique to each situation, treating PFAS cannot be a one-size fits all solution. In the video below, you’ll hear from our PFAS experts Patrick McKeown, P.E. and Nicole Bolea P.E. as they explain why we created this tool and how you can use it for your next PFAS project.