The Ubiquitous Nature of PFAS Demands Global Attention

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The Ubiquitous Nature of PFAS Demands Global Attention

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About this webinar

While the world is still determining the true extent and impact of PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) on humans and the environment, responsible parties must act now.

Water utilities, chemical manufacturers, treatment manufacturers, and others in the value chain, such as testing laboratories, are moving quickly to limit damage and preserve human health.

Despite the concerns, businesses can maximize growth opportunities such as laboratory testing, site assessment consulting, and a flexible portfolio of treatment solutions to widely varying site contamination.

Key Takeaways:

• Learn how different technologies deliver varying benefits to treat PFAS
• Discover key variations in response and mitigation strategies that customers demand
• See why more customers are becoming critical-need customers as PFAS contamination is more fully understood
• Explore how your organization can access growth opportunities and avoid those with high barriers to entry


Live online Dec 17 8:00 am United States - Los Angeles 

Presented by
Seth Cutler, Principal Consultant and Fred Royan, Vice President, Frost & Sullivan