2020 - Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa & Illinois PFAS Webinar

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A problem assessment and treatment strategies webinar


PFAS Webinar

November 18, 2020 
Morning session: 8:30am - 11:30am CST and
Afternoon session: 12:00pm - 3:10pm CST

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

  • Origins and extent of contamination by PFAS compounds in the US
  • Water quality sampling and analysis challenges
  • Research findings on health and environmental impacts
  • Economic effects of impacted water supply sources
  • Air emission of PFAS causing contamination of soil, surface water and aquifers
  • Latest technologies for treatment and removal of perfluorinated compounds
  • Legal remedies for recovering costs by utilities and water agencies

       Continuing Education    
Important Continuing Education Requirements (Click here)
Approved by Wisconsin DNR for Water & Wastewater Operators - 6 CECs
Approved by MN Dept of Health for Water Operators - 6 Training Hours
Application pending approval for MN Wastewater Operators
Approved by Iowa DNR for Water & Wastewater Operators - 6 Hours
Approved by Illinois EPA for Water Operators - Course ID #15572, 5.75 TCHs
Application pending approval by Illinois EPA for Wastewater Operators
Certificate of Attendance available for all attendees upon completion on CE Form

Webinar Details (click here) 



Presenter Professional Biographies (click here)


Sponsor Information (click here)

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November 18th, 2020 8:30 AM through  3:10 PM
Event Fees
Registration $ 100.00
Check if applying for CEU credits $ 0.00
PFAS Webinar - Sponsor Options
Sponsor-$1,000.00 $ 1,000.00
Sponsor-$500 $ 500.00
Sponsor-$250 $ 250.00
Comp - Sponsor Attendee $ 0.00

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