Full-spectrum Solutions for the Subsurface Management of PFAS Pollution
Chad Northington, P.E., Southeast District Technical Manager, REGENESIS
This presentation will explain the process through which colloidal activated carbon can be used to treat PFAS contamination and will examine the different application approaches, both individually and when combined. Laboratory data will demonstrate sorption efficacy in groundwater, and practical application and validation data will be shown from real-world case studies. This presentation will be of interest to practitioners, site managers and regulators interested in how to comprehensively manage PFAS contamination, from highly contaminated source areas to low concentration distal plumes or direct protection of sensitive receptors.
Mr. Northington is a professional engineer with over twenty years of experience in the environmental field in the areas of site investigation, remediation engineering and construction, project management, and technical assistance. He received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees in environmental engineering from Michigan Technological University. Mr. Northington currently serves as the Senior Technical Manager with Regenesis. In this capacity, he provides technical support for application of soil and groundwater remediation solutions. Mr. Northington works directly with environmental firms and end users to develop turnkey remedial approaches for in situ-applied strategies across a broad spectrum of technology classes.