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Longevity of a PFAS In-Situ
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the in-situ remediation of PFAS via colloidal activated carbon (CAC) at a site in Central Canada. A three-dimensional
reactive transport model (ISR-MT3DMS) was used to indicate that the CAC remedy implemented at the site is likely
to be effective for PFOS remediation for decades.
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with Colloidal Activated Carbon
of PFAS plumes, thereby protecting sensitive receptors.
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PFAS: Forever Chemicals
Studies have indicated that PFAS compounds pose potential threats to human health.
Colloidal form of activated carbon demonstrates effective, in-place removal of PFAS from groundwater.
Third Party Journal Article
Wiley Remediation Journal
Evaluating the longevity of a PFAS in situ colloidal activated carbon remedy.
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8 million cubic feet of CVOC impacted groundwater treated more than 40% faster than scheduled.
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Former naval auxiliary air station treated with PetroFix to address BTEX.
Recording Now Available
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