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.
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.
In July 2020, a transformer fire occurred at a power generating station in the Midwestern United States. Over ten fire departments responded to the call to tame the blaze over multiple hours, which resulted in PFAS-containing firefighting foam being released into the environment.