Water quality of treated effluent, life cycle costs and technology performance are the key drivers in selecting the appropriate solution for removing Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from water. In-depth analysis has been performed by states, provinces and municipalities as this health concern has increased.
This webinar will explore the current regulatory standards and long-term treatment solutions, including a cost and performance analysis on the technology types available to you. Pall Water combines microfiltration (MF) or ultrafiltration (UF) with closed circuit reverse osmosis (CCRO) for the broadest removal of all PFAS varieties.
Join us for this webinar to learn how Pall Water combines hollow fiber membrane systems with closed-circuit reverse osmosis for:
- non-detect levels in water discharge;
- minimal waste production;
- consistent, long-term treatment effectiveness;
- flexible design adaptable to future regulations; and
- water reuse
- Evaluate water treatment options for PFAS
- Differentiate between short-term and consistent, long-term treatment effectiveness for PFAS in water
- Plan for current and future water regulations
Pete O'Connell has more than 20 years of experience on MF/UF and high-pressure membrane process and system design for treatment of waters for potable use and wastewater reuse, with more than 35 years of experience in water treatment and other process systems. He regularly presents to regulators, engineers, and operators on US water regulations, membrane filtration, and other water-related subjects. Pete has been with Pall Water for 36 years and has spent the last 20 exclusively on water systems.
Over 18 years of experience on MF/UF and high-pressure membrane and physical/chemical pre-treatment process and system design for treatment of waters for potable use and wastewater reuse, with more than 20 years of experience in water treatment and other process systems. Mike specializes in field testing and application as well as optimization of membrane filtration and water treatment processes, interfacing with regulators, engineers, municipal authorities, and operators to demonstrate success in meeting treatment goals. Mike has been with Pall Water for 19 years working exclusively on water systems.