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Join us for this informative webinar! What have we learned from the PFAS Phase II Sampling so far? What needs to happen next? How did one Virginia utility act to rectify a PFAS detection?
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Virginia PFAS Sampling Update and Implications
Join us for this timely discussion from the VA AWWA Education Committee, featuring:

Dr. Tony S. Singh, PhD, MPH, PE, BCEE, CSP, Deputy Office Director / Public Health Engineering Division Director, Office of Drinking Water - Virginia Department of Health

  • A status report on Virginia PFAS Legislation and the Virginia PFAS Workgroup 2.0
  • A status report on the Phase 2 PFAS Occurrence Study, including a summary of the sample results
  • A summary of the proposed EPA national primary drinking water regulations for PFAS
  • A case study example of a detection and response in Virginia
Mike McEvoy, Executive Director, Western Virginia Water Authority
  • Insight into WVWAs PFAS detection and response
  • Example of a fast-track treatment implementation
  • A multi-pronged approach to the challenge including source identification, process improvements, permitting, public outreach and project funding
Format: Online Webinar
Cost: Member $25, Non-Member $30, Group $75 (see ticket for conditions)
Cancellations: Please view our Cancellation and Refund policy.   
Credits: 1.5 CECs for Professional Engineers. 1.5 CPEs for Water and Wastewater Operators
Cynthia Barnes