PFAS regulations continue to evolve as the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) formally announced the release of new regulations by the end of 2019. Will your drinking water and discharge systems meet the new standards? This webinar will explore the current regulatory standards and long-term treatment solutions, including a cost and performance analysis on the technology types available to you.
Join us for this free webinar to learn how Pall Water combines hollow fiber membrane systems with closed-circuit reverse osmosis for:
- non-detect levels in finished drinking water;
- minimal waste production;
- consistent, long-term treatment effectiveness; and
- flexible design adaptable to future regulations.
The awareness of PFAS in water is continuing to grow. The EPA has announced that new regulations on PFAS will be released by the end of 2019. There are several water treatment solutions available, and Pall Water will present the benefits of selecting membrane systems with CCRO for a solution.
This webinar will address the treatment of PFAS in water to meet current and future regulations. This webinar will also provide a cost and performance analysis of water treatment solutions. The evaluation will help the attendee make an informed decision around long-term water treatment for PFAS.
- evaluate water treatment options for PFAS;
- differentiate between short-term and consistent, long-term treatment effectiveness for PFAS in drinking water; and
- plan for current and future drinking water regulations.
Learn from this webinar's esteemed presenters:
Pete O’Connell; Global Director – Business Development; Pall Water
Mike Petrucco; Piloting Engineer; Pall Water
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