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American Council of Engineering Companies and Ground Water Professionals of North Carolina, 23-24 April, Raleigh, NC, 2019

The 2-day workshop featured presentations on PFAS chemistry, occurrence, fate, remediation, toxicology, and risk assessment and communication as well as emerging contaminants, including 1,4-dioxane. See day 1 presentations at http://gwpnc.org/PFAS_Day1_Conference_Presentations.pdf. See day 2 presentations at http://gwpnc.org/PFAS_Day2_Conference_Presentations.pdf.

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