Technologies are focused on clean and safe water, air quality, land revitalization, homeland security, sustainable materials management and safer chemicals.
The lawsuit alleges that DOD failed to conduct required environmental reviews for proper disposal of PFAS-containing firefighting foams.
In this month’s edition of Business Insights, we offer new observations on PFAS gleaned from two sessions at GWMS.
Posters embodied a range of topics including solving solid waste challenges in developing countries, organics management, recycling and landfill management.
The state is looking at more than a dozen PFAS cleanup options that could cost up to $1.2 billion.
Check out Waste360's short recap from this week at GWMS.
During GWMS 2020, experts discussed some of the most widely used and tested PFAS remediation technologies.
Key topics of interest from Michael E. Hoffman’s discussion included safety, the shift from private to publicly-traded companies, PFAS, landfill capacity and more.
One of the major highlights from the first full day of GWMS 2020 included a session on PFAS and ongoing risks and solutions for landfill operators.
GWMS 2020 kicks off today at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa and runs through Wednesday, February 26.