PFAS Management Support From Antea Group

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Antea Group PFAS Management Support Services

Monday, July 2, 2018 - 10:20am

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PFAS contamination of drinking water has been in the news of late. These chemicals are toxic, persistent, and subject to bioaccumulation in plants, animals, and humans. Industries that used PFAS include military, firefighting, aerospace, automotive, building and construction, and electronics, among others.

For over a decade, Antea Group has been supporting clients and working with regulators on understanding the sources and behavior of PFAS and their precursors in the environment, while maintaining strict confidentiality. 

Antea Group’s PFAS services include litigation support, source nature and extent investigations, stormwater treatment, regulatory negotiation, fate and transport assessment, multimedia sampling for analysis, degradation monitoring and level 1 fugacity half-life calculations, implementation of remedial solutions, including source removal, carbon adsorption, reverse osmosis, chemical oxidation and ion exchange, and preparation of closure documents.

About Antea Group

Antea Group is an international engineering and environmental consulting firm specializing in full-service solutions in the fields of environment, infrastructure, urban planning and water. By combining strategic thinking and multidisciplinary perspectives with technical expertise and pragmatic action, we do more than effectively solve client challenges; we deliver sustainable results for a better future. With more than 3,000 employees in over 100 offices around the world, we serve clients ranging from global energy companies and manufacturers to national governments and local municipalities. Learn more at http://us.anteagroup.com.

Keywords: Environment | Health | PFAS | PFOA | PFOS | antea group | perfluorooctane sulfonate | perfluorooctanoic acid | water

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