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Keane. D., S. Crawford, E. Moyer, R. Ball, and F. Taylor.
The 34th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water, and Energy, 16 October, Amherst, MA, 126 slides, 2018

The workshop covered PFAS physical-chemical properties and fate and transport mechanisms relevant to remediation. Non-destructive and destructive treatment technologies for treating PFAS in soil and water are discussed. Cutting edge technologies using advanced carbon, synthetic resins, alternative natural adsorbents, and advanced oxidation are explained, and some case studies are included. Slides:

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