PFAS WEBINAR WITH EPOC ENVIRO

21 May 2024

Concentrating on Compliance:
SAFF®’s Evolution in Achieving Regulatory Compliance

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Q: Curious about the role that concentration plays in achieving effective PFAS destruction and eager to know how EPOC Enviro is meeting this challenge?

Q: Interested in finding out how technological advancements are capturing more short chain PFAS contaminants?

Join us for an informative one-hour webinar where we will share:

  • A GLOBAL UPDATE – what’s been happening with SAFF® and EPOC Enviro since our last webinar
  • CONCENTRATE on CONCENTRATING – be amongst the first to learn about the SAFF® Hyper-Concentrator, our latest innovation to maximise PFAS concentration  
  • SAFF® and SHORT CHAINS – catch up on the latest developments to maximise removal of short chain PFAS contaminants  
  • US EPA announce MCL’s for DRINKING WATER – what are these MCL’s and what does their introduction mean for US water utilities?
  • Q&A
At the end, our experts will be available to answer your burning questions.

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Our Presenters

Presenter
Peter Murphy is the MD of OPEC Systems (President of EPOC Enviro) and has over 30 years’ experience in the environmental engineering and consulting industry. Peter holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Hons) in Environmental Management and a Bachelor of Laws. Peter has led a number of complex remediation projects for State/Federal Government agencies and he is particularly passionate about the management and remediation of emerging environmental contaminants.
Presenter

David Burns is EPOC Enviro’s Senior Scientist and co-inventor of the Surface Active Foam Fractionation / Rapid Vacuum PFAS treatment system. David provides technical & administration skills in analytical chemistry, R&D expertise, manages compliance and has a unique ability to forge collaborations / network solutions. David has a Bachelor of Science in chemistry.
Moderator

David Kirkby is the Acting CEO of EPOC Enviro/OPEC Systems, and former General Manager of OPEC College. David holds a Graduate Diploma in Strategic Leadership and has a long and distinguished employment history with leadership roles in business administration, adult education and Human Resource management. David is also an Australian Defence Force veteran

SAFF20

 

SAFF20 offers a convenient containerised PFAS water treatment plant that suits many lower flow sites. Housed in a 40’ shipping container, the system is the perfect choice for smaller water treatment projects with short to medium term timeframes. 

The SAFF20 unit includes an enclosed weatherproof field office for staff to prepare samples and document the day’s activities, along with a control room and equipment storage area.  

The SAFF20 is a low maintenance, plug and play system that can be operating within minutes of arriving on site.  Its intuitive remote telemetry system means that it requires minimal on-site operator supervision. 

  • Capable of treating up to 20m3/hr. 
  • Configured with two primary SAFF vessels and one secondary SAFF vessel.  
  • Conveniently housed in an easily transportable 40’ shipping container (12.2 x 2.4m footprint).  
  • Lowest OPEX of any PFAS remediation technology.  
  • No consumables, such as IX Resin or GAC, are required.  
  • No solid waste produced. Concentrated PFAS is the only by-product of the process.  
  • Easily manages cross contamination, high organic and sediment loads, with no reduction in efficiency.   
  • Includes integrated site office, control room and spare parts storage area. 
  • Plug and play, self-bunded system which can be operating within minutes of arrival to site.  
  • Delivered to site using standard container handling vehicles, cranes or forklifts. 
  • High grade remote telemetry system means minimal operator presence on site.

SAFF40

 

SAFF40 is the compact workhorse in the SAFF fleet. The containerised solution provides high flow-through capabilities within a portable footprint. The SAFF40 suits the majority of PFAS impacted sites including landfills and source zone contamination areas. 

  • Capable of treating up to 40m3/hr. 
  • Configured with four primary SAFF vessels and two secondary SAFF vessels.  
  • Conveniently housed in an easily transportable 40’ shipping container (12.2 x 2.4m footprint).  
  • OPEX is many times lower than conventional treatment technologies.  
  • No consumables required (no IX Resin or GAC).  
  • No solid waste produced. Highly concentrated PFAS is the only by-product of the process.  
  • Can manage all contaminated water types from drinking water through to landfill leachates and sewerage. 
  • Covered workstation for sample preparation and paperwork.  
  • Highest throughput, lowest treatment cost containerised system available.  
  • Plug and play, self-bunded system can be operating within minutes of arrival to site. 
  • Delivered to site using standard container handling vehicles, cranes or forklifts. 
  • High grade remote telemetry system means minimal operator presence on site.