March 2021 Newsletter
Client Spotlight: Rosa Gwinn, PhD
By combining academics with her professional environmental remediation experience, Rosa Gwinn, PhD, Global PFAS Technical Leader with AECOM, brings an impressive background to her field. She shares, “In my current role, I am responsible for sharing our PFAS thought leadership, ensuring the technical execution of PFAS work, collaborating internally and externally on solutions, and developing a best-in-class performance on PFAS-related projects. However, I also enjoy providing opportunities to promising and capable employees who are not as far along in their careers as I am.” Learn more in our client spotlight.
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Colloidal Activated Carbon Demonstrates Effective, In-Place Removal of PFAS from Groundwater
This article published in Technology Networks discusses a novel, colloidal form of activated carbon that demonstrates effective, in-place removal of PFAS from groundwater. Written by Kristen Thoreson, PhD, Vice President of Research and Development at REGENESIS, it discusses why PFAS in groundwater is a daunting environmental challenge, current methods for PFAS removal from groundwater, and a novel PFAS groundwater treatment technology that is effective and lower cost than other current methods: colloidal activated carbon passive barriers.
Eliminate the Risk of PFAS with Colloidal Activated Carbon
In situ remediation with colloidal activated carbon eliminates risk of PFAS contamination in soil and groundwater at a low-cost. By coating flux zones of an aquifer with colloidal activated carbon, a permeable sorption barrier is created in situ, purifying groundwater as it passively migrates. PFAS constituents from up-gradient source zones are rapidly sorbed to the carbon and removed from the mobile dissolved phase. By removing PFAS from the mobile phase, the route of exposure to down-gradient receptors is eliminated, thereby eliminating the down-gradient public health risk associated with PFAS.
Webinar on Effective Use of Colloidal Sulfidated ZVI and Activated Carbon in Permeable Reactive Barriers
In this webinar we were pleased to have a special presentation from three leading technical experts in the remediation industry – John Freim PhD, Ryan Moore CHMM, and Andrew Kavanagh of REGENESIS. This panel discussed using a synergistic mixture of colloidal sulfidated ZVI and activated carbon to promote the enhanced performance of in situ reactive barriers. The recording of this webinar is now available.
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