January 2023 Newsletter
Waste Advantage Magazine Article | Sustainable PFAS Treatment for Groundwater at Landfills Now Possible
This article published in Waste Advantage discusses the importance of sustainable solutions to prevent human and environmental exposures to PFAS caused by landfills. PFAS-contaminated groundwater is a serious environmental issue facing most solid waste disposal facilities. Colloidal Activated Carbon (CAC) is a more sustainable and environmentally responsible approach. Installed CAC treatments are a fraction of the cost of other PFAS treatment methods, produce no greenhouse gas emissions or disposal wastes, and do not consume energy. CAC effectively coats the aquifer, forming a permeable sorptive barrier and filtering out PFAS as groundwater passes through the barrier.
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Featured Video | How Colloidal Activated Carbon Eliminates PFAS Risk and Liability at a Low Cost
PlumeStop colloidal activated carbon utilizes activated carbon finely milled to <2µm (the size of a red blood cell) and suspended in a colloidal fluid to be injected under low pressure into the subsurface. The carbon particles disperse and diffuse, and then adhere to the surface of soil particles, converting contaminated aquifers into purifying filters. The PFAS contamination present in the groundwater is tightly adsorbed onto the PlumeStop in the subsurface, removing it from the groundwater and eliminating the risk to downgradient receptors.
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Our Upcoming REGENESIS Webinars
REGENESIS invites you to attend our upcoming 2023 webinars. In January through March, we will be featuring webinar events with key environmental thought leaders. Topics will cover modeling PlumeStop longevity at AFFF-impacted PFAS sites, the anatomy of risk-based closures, and in-situ treatment of PFAS at the air-water interface within a source zone. Each webinar will provide an opportunity for questions and answers. Certificates of completion are available on request. Sign up for the upcoming webinars today!*
* NOTE: We encourage you to register even if you are unable to attend every event since you will receive each of the recordings following their scheduled broadcast dates.
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