Water Rinse vs. ECT2’s Clean Out – Why Rebound Matters

2024-05-09T21:13:38+00:00

ECT2 has conducted extensive research and development on various rinses and confirmed that our custom solvent (based upon our patented solutions) has the highest removal efficiency and generates less waste that you must dispose of. 

Water Rinse vs. ECT2’s Clean Out – Why Rebound Matters2024-05-09T21:13:38+00:00

Independent Swedish study shows PFAS treatment can be economical

2023-11-15T19:44:48+00:00

The good news, according to a new study from the independent Swedish research institute IVL, is that it is possible to economically remediate PFAS from water.

Independent Swedish study shows PFAS treatment can be economical2023-11-15T19:44:48+00:00

Insight: Why PFAS rulemaking is a game-changer for US consultants

2023-04-10T21:52:06+00:00

In March 2023, ECT2’s Patrick McKeown, Business Development Manager and PFAS-treatment expert, contributed to an article with Environment Analyst.

Insight: Why PFAS rulemaking is a game-changer for US consultants2023-04-10T21:52:06+00:00

PFAS Pilot Study at Laholmsbuktens VA

2023-02-13T16:23:35+00:00

Laholmsbuktens VA has been Running Two Pilot Projects with ECT2 that Aim to Filter Out PFAS in Drinking Water Using Ion Exchange (IX) or Granular Activated Carbon (GAC).

PFAS Pilot Study at Laholmsbuktens VA2023-02-13T16:23:35+00:00

Complete Onsite PFAS Treatment in Aqueous Streams: Bridging the Gap Between Concentration and Destruction

2022-10-28T15:52:24+00:00

Regenerable ion exchange resins and foam fractionation are two PFAS treatment technologies that have the ability to separate PFAS from a bulk liquid stream and concentrate them into a low volume waste stream that can be economically processed with a destruction technology.

Complete Onsite PFAS Treatment in Aqueous Streams: Bridging the Gap Between Concentration and Destruction2022-10-28T15:52:24+00:00

How to Sample for PFAS, and What to do When You Find it

2022-03-02T17:36:53+00:00

The compounds per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are found in everything from non-stick pans, rain jackets, food packaging, and Aqueous Film Forming Foam.

How to Sample for PFAS, and What to do When You Find it2022-03-02T17:36:53+00:00
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