2020 - Northwest PFAS Webinar

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A problem assessment and treatment strategies webinar

  

Northwest PFAS Webinar
June 24, 2020 
Morning session: 9:00am - 12:10pm
Afternoon session: 12:50pm - 4:00pm

This two session (3 hours per session) webinar will discuss:

  • Legal basis for regulatory intervention
  • Water quality sampling & analysis challenges
  • Extent of contamination by PFAS compounds in the U.S.
  • Economic effects of impacted groundwater on end-users and utilities
  • Summary of latest research findings on health and environmental impacts
  • Legal remedies for recovering treatment costs by utilities and water agencies
  • Equipment options for removal of perfluorinated compounds from groundwater
     

       Continuing Education    
Important Continuing Education Requirements per state (click here)
Approved by Washington Certification Services for Waterworks Operators - Course ID #A2899, .6 CEUs
Application pending approval by State of WA Dept of Ecology for Wastewater Operators
Approved by Idaho Div. of Occupational & Prof. Licenses for Drinking Water & Wastewater Operators -
Course #WWP200510939, .6 CEUs
Approved by State of OR for Water and Wastewater Operators - OESAC ID #4156, .6 CEUs

Webinar Program Details (click here)

 

Presenter Professional Biographies (click here)

 

 

Sponsor Opportunities (click here)

Learn about ways to support this educational webinar.
 

Thank you to our Sponsors of PFAS Education Programs:
 

 
 

 

 

 

When
June 24th, 2020 9:00 AM   through   4:50 PM
Event Fees
General Registration $ 200.00
Check if applying for CEU credits $ 0.00
PFAS Webinar - Sponsor Options
Sponsor-$2,000 $ 2,000.00
Sponsor-$1,000.00 $ 1,000.00
Sponsor-$500 $ 500.00
Comp - Sponsor Attendee $ 0.00

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