Track B: Characterization and Remediation of PFAS
B2. Innovative Treatment Technologies for PFAS In Situ




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Transformation of Per- and Poly-Fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) by Environmentally Relevant Co-Metabolic Organisms
J.A. LaFond, A. Jackson, J. Guelfo, P.B. Hatzinger, and R. Rezes
Biodegradation of Fluorotelomer-Based PFAS by Soil Cultures Enriched with Various Carbon Sources
J. Kim, K. Chu, M.I. Van Meter, M.L. Kim-Fu, S.W. Leonard, and J.A. Field
Passive In Situ Treatment of PFAS-Impacted Groundwater Using Foam Fractionation in an Air Sparge Trench
D. Nguyen, C. Schaefer, J. Devon, J. Bamer, T. Holsen, J. Guelfo, and B. Chaplin
Colloidal Activated Carbon Used to Enhance Natural Attenuation of PFAS at Airports Worldwide: A Multiple Site Review
M. Dooley and R. Moore
PFAS Source Zone Management with Novel Immobilization Methods and Materials
P. Erickson, S. Barnes, Y. Liu, S. Bartlett, and B. Packer
PFAS Concentrations in Groundwater Reduced to below Drinking Water Standards at a Former Michigan Manufacturing Facility
A. Cuellar, R. Moore, K. Gaskill, and E. Bays
Thermal Treatment of PFAS-Containing Soil Piles
G. Heron, P. Joyce, L. Stauch, and E. Crownover
How Can Nature-Based Approaches Play a Role in PFAS Remediation?
L. Mankowski, D. Chiang, and A. Quintin
Immediate and Effective PFAS Treatment in Bedrock Aquifer at a Hazardous Sites Clean-Up Act Site
G.N. Iosue, J. Dziekan, L. Strobridge, and C.R. Wade