PFAS-contaminated environmental media are posing significant liability for primary and secondary manufacturers, as well as public and private facilities using or processing materials containing PFAS.
Because PFAS are difficult to degrade using in-situ and ex-situ treatment technologies, learn how high-temperature thermal destruction is a prime candidate for eliminating PFAS chemicals at levels required for TSCA regulated wastes such a PCBs and dioxins/furans.
What you will learn
- How the changing PFAS regulatory landscape will significantly increase regulatory liability and risk for primary and secondary PFAS manufacturers and parties using PFAS or managing environmental media contaminated with PFAS
- Why the increasing liability associated with PFAS contamination will necessitate identification and use of safe and secure treatment technologies to manage the risks
- How the use of high-temperature incineration of PFAS and PFAS-containing media has been proven effective for destroying these chemicals