The “Outside-In” Approach: A New Paradigm for PFAS Site Investigation, Risk Assessment and Risk Management
Jody Berry, Tony Rodolakis, Amy Quintin Wood
The objective of this presentation isto provide evidence that this “outside-in” risk-based approach is better suited for managing PFAS than the traditional remedial investigation/feasibility study framework.
A Programmatic Approach to Protecting Human Health and Environment from PFAS
Melissa Helton, Wood
The objective of the presentation is to discuss and highlight Wood’s involvement in key protocols, tools, systems, and strategy. Challenges with identifying requirements that align with current policy and regulations were overcome in order to implement timely execution of projects and timely mitigation of exposures and risk to human health and the environment
Site Management Challenges – When Emerging Contaminants Reverse Your Site Closure Plans
Suzanne O’Hara, David Reynolds, Leah MacKinnon Geosyntec Consultants International, Inc.
The objective of this presentation isto review case studies for sites where PFAS has significantly changed a site closure plan or reversed the closure designation, relate this to some of the guidance for site closure reversals base on the vapour intrusion pathway and how it relates to Canadian Federal Contaminated Sites.