Centralized Ion-Exchange Regeneration Strategy to Reduce Life-cycle Costs and Long-term Liability from PFAS Remediation Waste
Paul Newman, Department of Defense Market Sector Leader, ECT2
The presentation will provide an overview of regenerable ion exchange resin regeneration technology, and how implementation of such can minimize waste, generate lifecycle cost savings, and possibly be paired with a PFAS destruction technology to drastically reduce or even eliminate off-site waste disposal. An overview of a pilot study at Wright-Patterson AFB, in which a destruction technology was paired with regenerable resin IX.
Paul Newman is the Department of Defense Market Sector Leader for ECT2 (Emerging Compounds Treatment Technologies). ECT2 is an equipment company focused on developing and commercializing treatment technologies for emerging, difficult-to-treat contaminants. Paul’s focus is currently on commercializing Synthetic Media technologies for the sustainable treatment of PFAS and 1,4-dioxane.