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PFAS – Technology, Treatment, and Trends Webinar
Hazen & Sawyer, NEBRA, and MESERB are coming together to provide MESERB members and other city officials a webinar a wide variety of PFAS-related issues on September 22 from 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM. This webinar will include four short presentations on various topics regarding PFAS and drinking water, wastewater, biosolids, treatment technology, source control, and legal trends. The presentations will run for one hour, followed by a half-hour panel discussion/open question forum.

Sep 22, 2020 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Erik Rosenfeldt
Director of Drinking Water Process Technologies @Hazen and Sawyer
Erik Rosenfeldt is the Director of Drinking Water Process Technologies at Hazen and Sawyer, and a senior member of the Firm’s Drinking Water, Water Reuse, and Applied Research groups. Dr. Rosenfeldt focuses on addressing emerging water quality challenges utilizing conventional and advanced water treatment technologies, including GAC, Ion Exchange, ozone, biofiltration, UV and advanced oxidation. In addition to project work, Dr. Rosenfeldt manages a significant research portfolio with projects ranging from Improving Reuse for a Healthier Potomac Watershed (EPA STAR), Improving the Understanding of Bromate Toxicity and Chemistry (WRF), and Treatment of short-chain PFAS compounds (WRF).
Dr. Mo Abu-Orf
Vice President and Residual Group Practice Leader @Hazen and Sawyer
Dr. “Mo” Abu-Orf is Hazen’s Vice President and Residuals Group Practice Leader and has over 28 years of experience in master planning, process optimization, evaluation of innovative technologies and conceptual design in the areas of solids dewatering, stabilization, thermal processing, and energy recovery. Mo will cover PFAS mitigation and removal from biosolids through source control and advanced thermal processes.
Ned Beecher
Special Projects Manager @NEBRA
Ned Beecher is Special Projects Manager at NEBRA, the regional nonprofit biosolids group advancing biosolids management in New England and eastern Canada. Ned has led projects, written reports, and provided numerous presentations on biosolids management in the Northeast and around North America, including leading the National Biosolids Survey published in 2007; Ned is co-leading an update of that now - the 2nd National Biosolids Data Project. He has advised on biosolids quality management at WRRFs around the continent, including at Moorhead and St. Cloud. PFAS has consumed way too much of Ned's time in the last three years.