Track A

Technologies & Techniques

Track B

Science & Regulation

Track C

Cross Cutting Issues

Featured Plenary Session

The PFAS Challenge: Fate, Transport, and Cleanup

PFAS are a large group of perfluorinated and polyfluorinated alkyl substances that are released into the environment through consumer and industrial products and have widespread exposure and toxicity implications for human health.

Our panel of experts will share their thoughts on the state of the practice including understanding the fate and transport of PFAS in the environment and the ongoing research in remediation technologies for management and cleanup.

Richard “Hunter” Anderson
Environmental Scientist
U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center

Jennifer Field
Oregon State University

Irina Marakow
Chemical Action Planner
Washington State Department of Ecology

John McCray
Colorado School of Mines