­ITRC's PFAS Team Presents:
PFAS Roundtable II
Tuesday, October 6 | 1:00 - 3:00 PM EST
ITRC's PFAS Team is excited to host the second session of their "Ask the Experts" roundtable discussion series. The Roundtable provides environmental and public health professionals the opportunity to communicate directly with ITRC's internationally-renowned PFAS experts. This Roundtable is an interactive session, using questions received through the registration process to generate live discussion and response from our panel of experts.

On Tuesday, October 6, this PFAS Roundtable session will focus on:
  • PFAS fate and transport in the environment.
  • Available physical and chemical properties of PFAS.
  • Unique considerations for PFAS site characterization.

Please note that while registration to attend this event may be limited, ITRC and Clu-In will be recording this session and will provide an on-demand listening opportunity through Clu-In's archived trainings if you are unable to attend the live session. In addition to this roundtable, ITRC's PFAS team will also publish a digest of questions and answers - even those within our scope that were not addressed during the live events.

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Participants are highly encouraged to review the Guidance Document (specifically Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 10), and review the associated ITRC video training modules prior to attending the roundtable session:
ITRC PFAS Training Video Module: Team Introduction
ITRC PFAS Training Video Module: Naming Conventions & Physical and Chemical Properties
ITRC PFAS Training Video Module: Production, Uses, Sources and Site Characterization
ITRC PFAS Training Video Module: Fate and Transport
About the Guidance Document

This ITRC guidance document provides an in-depth analysis of the complex world of PFAS, covering the following topics:
  • Naming Conventions
  • History & Use
  • Firefighting Foams
  • Physical & Chemical Properties
  • Fate & Transport
  • Occurrence
  • Health Effects

  • Regulations
  • Site Risk Assessment
  • Site Characterization
  • Sampling & Analysis
  • Treatment Technologies
  • Risk Communication
  • Stakeholder Perspectives
The 400+ page document also includes case studies and stakeholder perspectives, discusses technical challenges in addressing PFAS, and provides additional references to relevant scientific literature.
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