Webinar

PFAS Laboratory Testing Protocols and Effective Wastewater Treatment Technologies

Part 2 of 4. Receive a summary and update on EPA analytical methods for PFAS in drinking, ground, surface, and wastewaters in addition to solid samples such as soils, sediments, biosolids and tissues.
July 27, 2021
2:00pm EDT - 4:00pm EDT

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Format

This virtual offering—through Zoom Webinar—features live presentations and the opportunity to ask questions in real time.

Timing

Attend one, live session from 2-4 p.m. Eastern on July 27. 

Webinar Description

Receive a summary on EPA’s analytical methods for PFAS in drinking, ground, surface, and wastewaters in addition to solid samples such as soils, sediments, biosolids and tissues. Hear an update on the EPA Protocols for sampling and analysis of air emissions. Attendees will also receive information on advancements in water treatment technologies for PFAS destruction. 

Topics include:

  • Laboratory analytical methods and instrumentation requirements for all media (e.g., soil, water, biosolids, air)
  • Wastewater treatment methods and remediation techniques for PFAS removal

Speakers

  • Caitlin Berretta, Government Affairs & Sustainability Director, Evoqua Water Technologies, LLC 
  • Caroline Tuit, Ph.D., Senior Environmental Chemist, Gradient
  • Jim Fenstermacher, PE, PFAS Team Leader, Ramboll

Recommended for

Public power general managers, wastewater treatment personnel, risk managers, legal counsel, and policymakers. 

Series Description

This four-part webinar series is designed to educate attendees on the short and long-term implications their decisions can make in testing and treating per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Receive the latest information on how state governments and the EPA plan to regulate these chemicals.  

Questions?

Registration/Billing
Email: [email protected]; Phone: 202-467-2978

Schedule/Content/Accreditation
Email: [email protected]; Phone: 202-467-2965

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Registration/Fee Information

Registration is for one person (individuals receive unique log in credentials that cannot be shared) and includes individual access to the post-event recording and PDF presentations. Discounted group pricing is available.

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Registration Fees

Can’t attend live? Most webinars are recorded, in case you miss the live version (registrants automatically receive the recording within a week of the webinar), with the exception of a portion of Webinar #2 (July 27). 

Webinar Access and Materials

  • Zoom Links: Zoom log in credentials will be sent out the day before the event.
  • Course materials: Attendees will receive access to APPA’s secure online document portal the day before the webinar, where an electronic PDF copy of the presentation can be accessed. No advance review or printing is required.  
  • Recordings: The webinars will be recorded and can also be accessed through APPA’s document portal (within a week), in case you can’t attend the live version—with the exception of a portion of Webinar #2 (July 27).

Cancellations/Refunds

Registrants who cancel in writing at least two business days (48 hours) before a live event, are entitled to a refund of their registration fee. Registrants who cancel with less than two business days’ notice of a scheduled event are responsible for the full registration fee and are not entitled to a refund. 

Registrants who aren’t able to attend the live event(s) will automatically receive access to the webinar recordings. 

Please send cancellation or substitution requests to [email protected]

Questions?

Registration/Billing
Email: [email protected]; Phone: 202-467-2978

Schedule/Content
Email: [email protected]; Phone: 202-467-2965

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Format and Technology Requirements 

  • Format: These webinars will be offered on the Zoom Meeting platform. There will be real-time presentations (lecture-based approach) with some live polling included and time for Q&A. 
  • Zoom Meeting Application: You’ll need a strong Internet connection, in order to run the Zoom webinar platform. Visit Zoom.us/test to ensure you are able to join a meeting. 
  • Audio: We recommend using your computer mic/audio to listen to the webinar (alternatively a call-in number will be provided). 

Communication

  • 24 hours after registering: You’ll receive a confirmation email within 24 hours of registering, which contains some preliminary information.
  • 1 day before:
    • You’ll receive your Zoom log in links the day before each webinar (sent from the APPA Academy’s Zoom account <[email protected]>), with another Zoom reminder sent an hour in advance of each event.
    • You’ll also receive a final logistics email 24 hours in advance of an event (directly from an APPA staff member (@PublicPower.org), which will contain directions on accessing the APPA online document portal where you’ll find a copy of the materials and (later) copies of the recordings.
  • If you don’t receive this correspondence, email [email protected] or call 202-467-2978.

New to Zoom?

If you haven't participated in a Zoom meeting before, please download the Zoom web client from the Zoom Download Center. This will enable you to access all of the Zoom tools and functionality vs. using the web version.  

If you are not able to download the Zoom web client, you can still participate via your Internet browser. We recommend using Chrome for the best results. If you use your Internet browser, your functionality may be more limited (for example, you will only be able to see one video feed at a time), and you will need to create a Zoom account. (Account creation is a free and straightforward process, but you will want to do this in advance so you do not miss any part of the webinar).

Privacy and Security 

The American Public Power Association takes your privacy and security very seriously. For this reason, we have put the following security measures in place for this webinar:

  • A random Meeting ID
  • Password-protected
  • Enabled waiting room to screen meeting participants
  • Restricted screen sharing to hosts only

Code of Conduct

Participants agree to abide by the APPA Code of Conduct. If participants engage in unacceptable behavior as outlined in the code, the Association may take any action it deems appropriate, including but not limited to, expulsion from the current and future meetings, with no warning or refund. 

Questions?

Registration/Billing
Email: [email protected]; Phone: 202-467-2978

Schedule/Content/Accreditation
Email: [email protected]; Phone: 202-467-2965