The National Ground Water Association is presenting an exclusive, hands-on workshop in St. Paul, MN, that will advance knowledge on how to apply scientific and legal considerations to sites contaminated with per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a unique class of emerging contaminants widespread in groundwater and surface water. While focusing on the current state of knowledge and practice regarding the fate, transport, and remediation of these chemical compounds, presentations will also address the legal and regulatory requirements at PFAS-contaminated sites and drinking water systems, and how to effectively communicate risks. Seats are going fast, so sign up today for discounted rates. For more information on PFAS, NGWA’s eight-part guidance document is available for purchase in our online bookstore.
NGWA has partnered with WaterColor Management, the original – since 1986 – provider of insurance and risk management services specifically for groundwater-related businesses. WaterColor has underwriting authority. For a quick quote call the Association at (800) 551-7379 or email email@example.com