Providing Safe Drinking Water to a Rural Community Impacted by PFAS


PFAS was detected in samples pulled from drinking water in the town of Maysville, NC. ECT2 was contacted by engineering firm, TRC, to provide a solution to treat the contaminated water to safe drinking levels.

Providing Safe Drinking Water to a Rural Community Impacted by PFAS2024-04-16T19:19:50+00:00

Commercial Airport’s Success with PFAS Removal


Airports around the world are finding that PFAS contamination caused by historical airport operations have contaminated nearby groundwater or surface water. One airport in Scandinavia decided that PFAS-contaminated groundwater needed to be remediated.

Commercial Airport’s Success with PFAS Removal2024-04-17T00:05:59+00:00

PFAS treatment gets “economically interesting”


A Flemish study conducted looked at several PFAS technologies including ion exchange resin. Read this blog to learn about its applications and economics.

PFAS treatment gets “economically interesting”2024-03-29T13:21:01+00:00

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.

FOAM-X Pilot Project in Alaska2024-03-29T13:23:11+00:00

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.

Introducing ECT2’s New PFAS Technology Tool2024-03-29T13:24:44+00:00

Rapid Response Treatment of AFFF from a Fire Event


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.

Rapid Response Treatment of AFFF from a Fire Event2023-11-15T19:44:03+00:00
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