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PFAS: The Latest Regulatory Updates and How to Minimize Litigation and Compliance Risks - On-Demand

PFAS: The Latest Regulatory Updates and How to Minimize Litigation and Compliance Risks - On-Demand

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PFAS: The Latest Regulatory Updates and How to Minimize Litigation and Compliance Risks - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to identify and minimize PFAS litigation and compliance risks and help protect yourself and your organization from legal action.

With the announcement of the EPA’s PFAS Action Plan in February 2019 and numerous regulations being issued in states around the country, the focus on Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in drinking water, groundwater, surface water, soil/sediment, stormwater, wastewater, and biosludge is a hot topic on everyone’s minds.

As the PFAS issue continues to grow with the increased discovery of contamination, the EPA has begun collaborating with industry on voluntary phase-outs and gathering data to determine appropriate regulatory responses. Lawmakers and environmental groups are calling for more federal action, states are taking matters into their own hands, and legal actions continue to ramp up.

Given the fact that manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of any product containing these compounds, which can be found in items as diverse as food packaging, electronics, paints, nonstick pans, water-repellant clothing, and firefighting foam, can now be subject to new enforcement and litigation actions, it may be time for you to evaluate your organization’s potential risk of PFAS-related liability.

Use this on-demand webinar led by Caron Koll, a consultant from Antea Group. You’ll gain insight into the fastest emerging contaminant of our time and learn tips to proactively self-audit to assess your risk so you can prepare and protect yourself from legal action.

After attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify the types and hazards of PFAS and where they can be found;
  • Examine the implications of the EPA’s PFAS Action Plan and some new rules around the country, such those as in New Jersey, Minnesota, California, and Vermont;
  • Determine how the new legislation, regulations, and litigation will impact your business;
  • Leverage the environmental auditing process to minimize your risk of enforcement and litigation;
  • And much more!


About Your Presenter

Caron KollCaron Koll
Antea Group

Caron Koll is a Consultant at Antea Group with over 34 years of environmental assessment and remediation experience.  She maintains a Licensed Site Professional certification in Massachusetts and holds several professional geologist licenses. Koll has developed focused environmental response actions and managed hundreds of environmental investigations and remedial projects in the Northeast and Midwest United States and South America. She has experience serving a wide spectrum of industrial clients including chemical manufacturing, general manufacturing, oil and gas, energy, automotive, and transportation.  With a focus on client’s needs and expectations, Koll is a trusted advisor to her clients on appropriate regulatory compliance, response actions, stakeholder management and business interruption loss avoidance.