April 13, 2021

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Jason Conder and David Reynolds to Present on PFAS at PFAS – Management into the Future

Jason Conder, Ph.D., (California) and David Reynolds, Ph.D., P.Eng, (Australia) will present on regulatory updates, insights, and research developments at PFAS - Management into the Future on April 28, 2021.

Jason Conder is a Principal Scientist based in California with more than 15 years of experience focused on risk assessment and contaminated sediments in contaminated site assessment and management, environmental toxicology, and ecological and human health risk assessment.

David Reynolds is a Senior Principal Engineer and based in Sydney with more than 20 years of experience specialized in the development and implementation of groundwater remediation technologies and management strategies for complex sites with challenging hydrogeological conditions. He is the Australian Operations Manager for Geosyntec.

The Australasian Land & Groundwater Association (ALGA) was formed to provide a forum and identity for the Australasian contaminated land and groundwater industry and to support the many professionals working in the field. The core focus of this association is to support advances in the prevention, assessment and remediation of contaminated land and groundwater. ALGA's mission is to promote the protection, restoration and management of land and groundwater for the benefit of human health and the broader environment across Australasia.

Abstract

PFAS impacts some of our most critical resources: land and groundwater. How we as a sector manage this contamination in the future is essential to reduce exposure and build public confidence.

Be part of the solution, effect change and join your peers from across private and public sectors as together we drive a conversation on the effective management of PFAS into the future.

With key topics of remediation, fate and transport, analytical innovation, and regulation harmonization, this event will include collaborative discussions on:

  • The future direction of the National Environmental Management Plan (NEMP)
  • Strategic futures into the remediation of PFAS
  • Progressive PFAS analytical innovations and technologies
  • Fate and transport as a key focus for PFAS management in the future

More Information

About the event: https://landandgroundwater.com/page/pfas-management-into-the-future
About ALGA: https://landandgroundwater.com/
For consultation regarding PFAS, contact Jason Conder at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Learn more about Jason: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/jason-conder
Learn more about David: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/david-reynolds