EBC Emerging Contaminants Program: PFAS Remediation and Disposal – PFAS Detected, What’s Next?


Date: July 24, 2019


Phone: (617) 505-1818

Email: [email protected]


Environmental Business Council of New England

This EBC Emerging Contaminants program will discuss the next steps to take once the investigative stage of a remediation project has indicated the presence of PFAS.

The program will explore current and future options for treatment and destruction for PFAS materials. This program is meant to go beyond an introductory program and explore actual ongoing treatment projects and the current technologies currently employed for water treatment and destruction and disposal of PFAS. In addition, we will explore the developing technologies for treatment of soil. An better understanding of what treatment options are currently available for water and soil and what treatment options are developing will be topical for any professional involved in PFAS remediation. The technologies discussed are applicable to drinking water, groundwater, industrial waste water, sludges, spent media and soils.

A robust panel discussion with the audience will conclude the program.

Final Agenda – EBC Emerging Contaminants Program Remediation and Disposal – PFAS Detected, What’s Next?

General Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (3.5 training contact hours).  Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.


Program Co-Chairs:

  • AnnieLu DeWitt, PFAS Water Treatment Lead, Clean Harbors
  • Scott Miller, Regional General Manager, Clean Earth


  • Adrian Convery, Landfill Diversion Sector Manager, CDEnviro
  • AnnieLu DeWitt, PFAS Water Treatment Lead, Clean Harbors
  • Scott Miller, Regional General Manager, Clean Earth
  • Lauren Soos, Project Manager, Operations & Technical Sales, TRS Group, Inc.
  • Phillip Retallick, Senior Vice President, Compliance and Regulatory Affairs, Clean Harbors

Attendee List

Rachel Ackerman, MassCEC, Senior Manager
Kristin Angelillo, SGS, Senior Account Manager
Dean Bebis, Eversource, Environmental Specialist
Stephen Beek, Con-Test Analytical Laboratory, Business Development Manager
Gerry Beland, Veolia Environmental, General Manager
Jim Belcastro, US Ecology, Business Manager
Jay Bellavance, NRC Operations Manager
Todd Berry, Clean Harbors, Environmental Services Sr. Account Manager
Claire Bird, Roux Associates, Business Development
Brian Boissonneault, Veolia, Business Development Manager
David Ciccalone, Roux Associates, Inc., Principal Hydrogeologist
Dave Cobb, National Response Corporation (NRC), Senior Project Manager
Fred Confalone, Waste Management, Business Development
Bryan Dexter, Ondrick Materials and Recycling, Environmental Sales Account Manager
Heather Dudley-Tatman, Ransom Consulting, Inc., Project Manager
Alison Field-Juma, OARS: For the Assabet, Sudbury and Concord Rivers, Executive Director
Max Forsythe, National Response Corporation (NRC), Business Development Manager
Tulin Fuselier, Weston & Sampson
Stacey Harvey, ERM, Principal Consultant
Brian Hennessey, Massachusetts Port Authority, Assistant Director, Capital Programs & Environmental Management
Stephen Knollmeyer, Alpha Analytical, VP Sales
Lee Koska, Weston & Sampson
Edward Kurja, TK&K Services, Principal
Pete Long, Heritage Environmental, Strategic Account Manager
Patrick Lyons, Weston & Sampson, Engineer
David McCarley, Clean Harbors, Technical Services Professional, NE Business Development Manager
John McNally, Clean Harbors, Director Project Services
Mykel Mendes, BETA Group, Inc., Environmental Engineer
Nick Mucci, Clean Earth, Business Development
Sam Mukarkar, Veolia, Sales Manager
Jacqueline Oakes, Loureiro Engineering Associates, Project Engineer
Dianne Phillips, Holland & Knight LLP, Partner
Corey Repucci, Weston & Sampson
Steve Richard, Weston & Sampson
Lauren Soos, TRS Group, Inc., Project Manager
Jeremy Thebodo, Alpha Analytical, Technical Sales Associate
Karl Touet, Twin Elms, Principal
Ken Verhelle, Tunnel Hill Partners, Regional Sales & Business Development Director
Jonathan Wagman, Waste Management, Area Sales Director
Dan Walsh, W. L. French Excavating Corporation, LSP | Senior Environmental Project Manager

The available presentations from the EBC Emerging Contaminants Program PFAS Remediation and Disposal – PFAS Detected, What’s Next? completed on July 24, 2019, can be viewed below.

Presentations – Emerging Contaminants Program: PFAS Remediation and Disposal – PFAS Detected – What Next?

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