Australasian Land & Groundwater Association (ALGA) is running its one day PFAS – Management into the Future event on 28 April 2021 live in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, and virtually everywhere else.
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.
This event has been designed to allow you to be part of the solution, affect 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 harmonisation, 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
With an internationally focused agenda, this event has a mix of sessions tailored to Australia, New Zealand and the broader international contamination community. All presentations and discussions will be delivered live and we are proud to announce the following three new speakers:
- Stephen Corish – Project Director – Technical Policy PFAS Investigation & Management Branch – Infrastructure Division Department of Defence
- Tim Watkins – Director – Center for Environmental Measurement and Modeling Office of Research and Development – US EPA
- Dr Jackie Wright – Director – Environmental Risk Sciences (enRiskS)