This article in the March 2021 issue of Waste Advantage Magazine discusses how PFAS-impacted groundwater is becoming an emerging issue for landfills.
- PFAS policy, politics and public outcry
- Why PFAS in groundwater is a growing challenge for landfills
- Longevity and low cost of in situ colloidal activated carbon barriers
Given the rapidly changing PFAS regulatory climate, landfill operators are trying to determine how best to handle the incoming PFAS-laden waste streams and manage leachate potentially contaminated with PFAS. The article also reveals a field-proven, effective and low-cost alternative to pump and treat in in situ colloidal activated carbon barriers.
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