As water quality standards shift in accordance with US EPA recommendations, new measures for monitoring and treatment continue to emerge. Based on recent toxicological data, numerous states have already begun implementing restrictive water quality standards to address the concerns of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in drinking water. Understanding new methods for cost-effective and energy efficient PFAS removal is an essential aspect in the future of water monitoring and treatment.
Join Dr. Corey Carpenter at the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Virtual Summit: Sustainable Water, PFAS, and Waterborne Pathogens and attend his presentation “Removal of PFAS from Groundwater: Comparing an Emerging Novel Adsorbent with a Traditional Granular Activated Carbon.” The presentation is based on a joint study conducted by Cyclopure Inc.and EKI Environment & Water Inc. and authored by Dr. Corey Carpenter (EKI), Ed Conti (EKI), Dr. Karen Gruebel (EKI), and Dr. Yuhan Ling (Cyclopure). Learn about the latest research in PFAS removal technologies, the capabilities of novel adsorbents on PFAS-impacted groundwater, and the current regulatory challenges.
American Water Works Association (AWWA) Virtual Summit
Sustainable Water, PFAS, and Waterborne Pathogens
Dr. Corey Carpenter Presents: “Removal of PFAS from Groundwater: Comparing an Emerging Novel Adsorbent with a Traditional Granular Activated Carbon.”
Date: 11 February 2021
Time: 10:15am – 10:30am (MST)