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EPA Proposes New PFAS Regulations for Drinking Water

New PFAS limits could significantly impact vulnerable public water systems. Learn more about the proposal and how Freese and Nichols can help you.

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PFAS Team Wins AWWA Best Paper Award

Our treatment team continues to stay on top of regulatory developments and emerging practices for removing dangerous substances from water systems.

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Viraj deSilva Appointed Chair of WEF PFAS Task Force

Viraj deSilva was appointed Chair of the WEF PFAS Task Force, a group that has sponsored workshops, shared educational resources, and worked closely with other agencies and organizations such as the EPA, AWWA, SWANA, SAME, AMTA, and NACWA to help lead and promote information about PFAS.

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Most Significant Issues and Concerns Related to PFAS that a Public Works Director Should Know and Plan For

Originally presented at 2021 WEFTEC Conference by Viraj deSilva. Viraj deSilva, PhD, PE, BCEE was invited to speak at the […]

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What’s in the Latest EPA PFAS Strategic Roadmap Update?

The EPA has released an update to its “PFAS Strategic Roadmap,” the next step toward tighter control over the widespread water contaminant.

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