12/12/18 AEG Dinner Meeting - PFAS Challenges for LSRPs

  • 12 Dec 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • 60 Cottontail Lane, Somerset, NJ 08873


  • Payment is accepted at the door via cash, check, or credit card. $35 for AEG members / $45 for non-members / $5 for students.

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“PFAS Challenges for LSRPs
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
At the Clarion Hotel in Somerset, New Jersey


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Presented by
Theodoros “Ted” Toskos, PG, LSRPSenior Principal Geologist
Woodard & Curran, East Windsor, New Jersey


Time: Social Hour 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm    /    Dinner 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm      
Presentation begins at 8:00 pm
Place: Clarion Hotel         60 Cottontail Lane, Somerset, NJ 08873         (732) 560-9880
RSVP: End of Business, Tuesday, December 11, 2018.  A timely RSVP is appreciated!

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Cost: $35 for AEG members     /     $45 non-members     /     $5 for students with RSVP 
 Non-members always welcome!  Pay at the door by check, cash, or credit card. 
Make check payable to AEG.
CECs: One professional development hour (pdh) for continuing education credit (CEC) will be awarded for attending the presentation. 
SRPLB Approval for One Technical CEC will be applied for.



Sites contaminated with per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) present a special challenge as promulgated standards are not fully developed, guidance and precedent is limited, or absent, and professional risk and responsibility is great. Regulatory standards are limited to drinking or ground water, but investigators are required to address the entire pathway, and there is a universe of other compounds in the PFAS family that is not being addressed.  In addition, because of their physical-chemical properties there are unconventional migration pathways, such as sewer exfiltration and biosolids residuals, that complicate site assessment and site closure.  We will discuss how LSRPs can use professional judgement grounded in a good Conceptual Site Model to collect appropriate data to both define the nature and extent of impact and to assess whether receptors may be adversely impacted and how to select an appropriate remedy, if mitigation of those impacts is warranted. These evaluations are grounded upon an understanding of the physical and chemical process of the PFAS compounds, their fate and transport in environmental media, potential health effects and approaches and limitations to setting remediation goals. Considering the incomplete and evolving regulatory framework, we will also discuss how to communicate findings and remedial actions to affected stakeholders.


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