PFAS and LNAPL/PFAS Microemulsions at NAPL Remediation SitesVolume 10, Issu...

Posted August 15, 2022

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Applied NAPL Science Review
PFAs and LNAPL/PFAS Microemulsions at NAPL Remediation Sites
Editor: Lisa Reyenga, PE

ANSR Scientific Advisory Board
J. Michael Hawthorne, PG, Board Chairman, GEI Consultants, Inc.
Andrew J. Kirkman, PE, BP Corporation North America
Robert Frank, RG, Jacobs
Paul Cho, PG, CA Regional Water Quality Control Board-LA
Randy St. Germain, Dakota Technologies, Inc.
Dr. Terrence Johnson, USEPA
Brent Stafford, Shell Oil Co.
Douglas Blue, Ph.D., Imperial Oil Environmental & Property Solutions (Retired)
Natasha Sihota, Ph.D., Chevron
Kyle Waldron, Marathon Petroleum
Danny D. Reible, Professor at Texas Tech University
Reeti Doshi, National Grid
Mahsa, Shayan, Ph.D., PE, AECOM Technical Services

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PFAS and LNAPL/PFAS Microemulsions at NAPL Remediation Sites

Sid Park, Jacobs 
Where historical NAPL fires were extinguished using AFFF, PFAS may be retained in the subsurface in residual NAPL mass, at the air- or NAPL-water interface, or as a viscous LNAPL/PFAS microemulsion (LPME). PFAS retention in-situ and potential presence of LPME with phase be…

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