PFAS disposal is heavily regulated by the USEPA and enforced by various departments within the State EPA organization. PFAS waste can be a concentrated or dilute liquid, a solid waste, or a gas. Rules and suggestions governing the disposal options for each form of PFAS waste can be confusing and contradictory.
Join Stormwater University speaker, Phil Farina, as he provides an overview of the environmental and health concerns regarding PFAS disposal. This is followed by an in depth investigation of the USEPA’s goals for disposal and destruction of PFAS waste, as well as presents options for the various PFAS containing waste streams.
Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:
- Define the various PFAS waste streams
- Identify the health and environmental impacts from each type of PFAS waste
- Develop a waste disposal plan
- Define the current waste disposal options
- Explain what the future holds