PFAS Treatment

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Enviropacific have been managing PFAS impacted waste streams since 2013. Since then we have continued to develop and implement a wide range of remediation approaches to managing PFAS impacts in various forms.

Our key market differentiator is our extensive experience in applying a suite of robust, proven technologies to manage all PFAS waste streams in a holistic manner. This holistic approach is achieved via the following key elements:

  • Ensuring effective treatment performance that consistently achieves both State and Federal regulatory requirements
  • Employing treatment technologies that are proven, robust and provide repeatable results to provide certainty to regulators
  • Working closely with our clients to determine optimum sizing of treatment assets to handle anticipated waste volumes generated over the life of the project
  • Offering a “Whole of Life” solution that encompasses all waste streams and associated by-products

We are constantly researching new and improved ways to manage PFAS which includes our own internal Research and Development Team in conjunction with our trusted partner relationships with various university institutes across the country. This focus on continual process improvement ensures that Enviropacific remains at the forefront of the latest technological advances.

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PFAS Treatment Solutions

Recent PFAS Treatment Projects

What is PFAS?

Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances are a group of chemicals that have been used in a range of applications including firefighting foams, water repellents, fabric protector, carpets, cookware and food packaging. While the health impacts of PFAS chemicals are still largely unknown or unconfirmed, they are highly persistent and bioaccumulate in the environment. PFAS is typically encountered on sites where these chemicals have been widely used and are found in various media including soil, concrete, surface water, groundwater and sediments. They are also found in landfill leachate and biosolids generated at municipal wastewater treatment facilities.

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