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PFAS Webinar Series Part 2: How Does PFAS Get Into the Environment? How is it Regulated and Treated?

Municipal Training WEBINAR

Thursday, April 30, 2020

PFAS Webinar Series Part 2: How Does PFAS Get Into the Environment? How is it Regulated and Treated?

WEBINAR

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW back to top

Please join us for this three part series, brought in partnership with CCM and GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.

Part 1 of the series, taking place on Thursday, April 23, 2020, will discuss: 

  • An overview on PFAS and its associated toxicology
    Presented by the CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection
  • Current status of the CT PFAS Action Plan
    Presented by the CT Department of Public Health

Part 2 of the webinar series, taking place on Thursday, April 30, 2020, will discuss:

  • Pathways on how PFAS enters the environment
    Presented by GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
  • Policies and regulations
    Presented by Robinson + Cole
  • Treatment technologies for PFAS
    Presented by GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.

Part 3 of the webinar series, taking place on Thursday, May 7, 2020, will discuss:

  • An overview of PFAS litigation
    Presented by Robinson + Cole
  • Case studies
    Presented by GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc
  • How a municipality has responded to a PFAS issue
    Presented by the Town of Canton

WEBINAR SERIES PRESENTERS back to top

Richard Desrosiers
Associate Principal, Hydrogeologist
GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. 

Ray Frigon
Assistant Director, Remediation Division
Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse 
CT Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)

Lori Mattieu
Public Health Branch Chief
Environmental Health & Drinking Water Branch
Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH) 

Emilee Mooney Scott
Counsel
Robinson + Cole 

Robert S. Melvin
Partner
Robinson + Cole 

James P. Ray
Partner
Robinson + Cole 

Robert Skinner
Chief Administrative Officer
Town of Canton

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND back to top

  • First Selectmen, Mayors, Town/City Managers
  • Town/City Attorneys
  • Finance Personnel
  • Water Pollution Control
  • Water Suppliers
  • Risk Managers 
  • Health and Human Services Staff
  • Public Safety Officials
  • Boards/Commissions/Committees

*This webinar is free to both municipal and non-municipal individuals

HOW TO REGISTER back to top

Part 1: To register and be redirected to GoToWebinar, please CLICK HERE.

Part 2: To register and be redirected to GoToWebinar, please CLICK HERE.

Part 3: To register and be redirected to GoToWebinar, please CLICK HERE.

*Please note, attendees must register for each individual part of this series. 

Questions?
Please contact CCM Training at ccmtraining@ccm-ct.org or call (203) 498-3037.

CCMO back to top

Due to current conditions, CCM is not holding in-person trainings for participants in the CCMO program to earn credit hours. However, CCM would still like to provide opportunities to work toward completion in the program. 

Participants have the opportunity to earn CCMO credit hours by watching and participating in this webinar:

  • Watching this webinar live is good for 1 credit hour of Community Development.
  • Completing the short quiz that will be sent to attendees following the webinar is good for 2 credit hours of Community Development. 

 

             

Fine Print back to top

UPDATES & CHANGES: Last minute changes and updates, weather postponements, cancellations, etc. will be posted on this page

CANCELLATION POLICY: We understand your schedule may change. Please let us know if you have registered and can no longer attend.

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