Stormwater has gained increased attention as a potential migration pathway for PFAS.
This article summarizes lessons learned from ongoing Geosyntec stormwater PFAS treatment projects and research, including anticipated water quality standards magnitudes, the abundance of PFAS in urban stormwater, and stormwater treatment selection and performance.
- Geosyntec Authors: Brandon Steets, Rula Deeb, Adam Questad
- All Authors: Brandon Steets, Rula Deeb, Adam Questad
- Title: Stormwater: The Journal for Surface Water and Erosion Control Professionals
- Event or Publication: Publication
- Practice Areas: Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)
- Citation: Brandon Steets, P.E., Rula Deeb, Ph.D., BCEEM, PMP (California), Adam Questad, P.E. (Massachusetts), and Jennifer Arblaster (Vermont), coauthored an article paper entitled "PFAS in Surface Water: The state of the practice" published in Stormwater: The Journal for Surface Water and Erosion Control Professionals on Pages 20-21 in the August 2020 edition.
- Date: August 2020
- Publication Type: Journal Article