Complete Onsite PFAS Treatment in Aqueous Streams: Bridging the Gap Between Concentration and Destruction
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.
Ion Exchange Groundwater Treatment System Addresses PFAS Contamination in Former Fire Training Area at an Australian Air Base
Displayed during AEHS West 2019, this poster walks through from start to finish of the accelerated deployment and startup of ion exchange water treatment system that addressed PFAS contamination in stormwater at RAAF Base Williamtown, Australia.
Accelerated deployment and startup of IX water treatment system addresses PFAS contamination in stormwater at an Australian air base
Displayed during RPIC 2019, this poster walks through from start to finish of the accelerated deployment and startup of ion exchange water treatment system that addressed PFAS contamination in stormwater at RAAF Base Williamtown, Australia.
Synthetic Media as a Sustainable Treatment Solution for PFAS
Synthetic Media as a Sustainable Treatment Solution for PFAS was presented at AEHS West by Marilyn Sinnett. This presentation highlights the Ion Exchange Resin Technologies implemented at Pease AFB Pilot 1 and 2.
ECT2’s own Steven Woodard, Michael Nickelsen and Marilyn Sinnett provided their experience and knowledge to write chapter 14 “Ion Exchange for PFAs Removal” in the 2018 book “Perfluoroalkyl Substances in the Environment: Theory, Practice and Innovation”.
Webinar: Use of Advanced Technologies to Mitigate the Impact of PFAS On Water Supplies
The aim of this presentation is to provide those in attendance with an overview of PFAS treatment options, the pros and cons of each, and the process for selecting the optimum PFAS removal technology for a given application.