PFAS in Maine's drinking water and aquatic environments
The problem of PFAS in Maine’s environment has prompted concerted statewide efforts to find ways to eliminate these “forever chemicals” from wastewater and drinking water. We’ll learn about the challenges facing water and sewer districts across the state, and what they’re doing to reduce the risks posed by PFAS—and to find innovative solutions.
Tim Wade, President, Maine Water Environment Association
Roger Crouse, Chair, Maine Water Utilities Association
Onur Apul, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Scott Firmin, Director of Wastewater Services, Portland Water District
Howard Carter, Director of Water Resources Recovery Department, Saco
Amanda Smith, Director, Bangor Department of Water Quality Management