The concerns about the emerging contaminants known as “PFAS” (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) continues with the release of a recent health study in Pennsylvania. Blood levels in Bucks and Montgomery Counties had PFAS levels above the national average. The new data from the PA Department of Health will certainly be a hot topic at the PFAS Action Team Public Meeting on November 30, 2018. Advanced GeoServices’ PFAS expert, Rick Shoyer, will be providing public comments during the meeting. Rick will speak about the need for interim remedial measures to address ongoing releases, developing a better understanding of the ubiquitous presence of PFAS in our environment, and public education.
For more information, contact:
Rick Shoyer, LSRP
Senior Project Consultant
Steve Kirschner, P.E.
Director of Business Development