Horsham Water was one of the earliest and hardest hit by PFAS contamination. Due to their experience, they are also among the best at treating to very low levels. Learn about the "Horsham Standard" and what drinking water utilities can expect as they endeavor to meet the pending national standard.
The U.S. EPA recently announced its proposal for what would be the first-ever national drinking water standards for PFAS. This news likely triggered several questions about what this means to the drinking water industry. Here, we will address some of the most important ones.
It is from their nuclear experience that AVANTech’s expertise in the removal of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) was developed. The low concentrations of PFAS in wastewater and the hazardous nature of concentrated adsorbents are similar to those in past applications.
A flurry of proposed PFAS rules, combined with ongoing legal challenges and uncertainties, have left many in the drinking water community confused about what it all means for the industry. To answer some common questions, I sat down with two experts: Craig Butt of SCIEX and Christopher Higgins of the Colorado School of Mines.
AdEdge has developed standardized systems to help municipalities and their consulting engineers address contaminants as quickly and cost effectively as possible while not sacrificing on key design features that will allow for simple operation and a long system life.