About the webinar series

While there’s been much interest, research and regulatory developments over the last decade related to PFAS in water resources, increasing attention is now being focused on air emissions of PFAS, as well as the methods and tools for quantifying and controlling these emissions in the environment.

As part of Ramboll's PFAS webinar series, our two-part session focuses on the role of air emissions in the PFAS cycle, how regulators are responding, and the latest on PFAS emissions testing and modeling.

SPEAKERS

Matt Traister, PE
Vice President | Ramboll

David Ostaszewski, PE
Project Manager | Ramboll

Taryn McKnight
PFAS Practice Leader | Eurofins Environment Testing America

PFAS in the Environment: The Importance of the Air Quality Pathway (Part One)

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Ramboll experts Matt TraisterDavid Ostaszewski, along with Taryn McKnight of Eurofins TestAmerica, discuss the PFAS air pathway and how it informs subsequent investigations, including fate and transport studies. We examine PFAS behavior in the air and the mechanics and challenges of acquiring and analyzing air samples to ensure that defensible data is gathered. This presentation serves as a key backdrop to our second webinar, which focuses on the implications of PFAS air emissions and the technologies being used to control them.

SPEAKERS

Matt Traister, PE
Vice President | Ramboll

Krish Vijayaraghavan 
Principal | Ramboll

Bill Norris
Technical Manager | Ramboll

PFAS in the Environment: The Importance of the Air Quality Pathway (Part Two)

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In this second session, Ramboll experts Krish Vijayaraghavan and Bill Norris build on the concepts presented in our first session by addressing the multitude of ways PFAS disperse in the atmosphere and have the potential to impact other media through deposition, and techniques to mitigate PFAS air emissions to the environment.