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Webinar: PFAS - The Next Wastewater Utility Challenge

November 18, 2020
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NSJS LS Members: Free (discount is automatically applied at check-out)
Members: $25.00
Non-Members: $35.00

CWEA Contact Hours: 1.2 towards ECI & LAB Certifications
PFAS is a hot topic in the water and wastewater Industry. Presenters will discuss the sources and types of PFAS chemicals, the fate of PFAS during wastewater treatment, occurrence of PFAS in wastewater effluent and biosolids, advanced treatment technologies for PFAS, and current State Water Resources Control Board activities.
Rashi Gupta Vice President / Project Manager - Carollo Engineers:
As a vice president and project manager with Carollo Engineers, Rashi Gupta has specialized in delivering sustainable solutions for biosolids management and wastewater treatment throughout her 17-year career. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Davis, and her Master's Degree from the University of Texas at Austin. Rashi now serves as Carollo’s Biosolids Technology Integration Lead, focusing on solids projects throughout the country. She is a licensed civil engineer in California, and a member of the WEF Residuals and Biosolids Committee, where she serves as the vice-chair of the Solids Separation Sub-Committee.

Eva Steinle-Darling is a Vice President and Principal Technologist with Carollo Engineers. She has a BSE in Chemical Engineering from Princeton University and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University, where she studied the removal of PFAS using nanofiltration membranes. Her work with Carollo focuses on advanced water treatment and reuse, including research, planning, feasibility studies, and design. Eva is leading Carollo's efforts to address clients' needs in responding to PFOS and PFOA contamination in drinking water, wastewater, and recycled water. She also is working on several of Carollo’s Water Research Foundation projects in which she is looking at, among many other things, the removal of PFAS through the advanced treatment train.


WendyLinckis a Senior Engineering Geologist at the State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) in the Division of Water Quality. She spent over 20 years working in private consulting before joining the State Water Board. Wendy leads to the State Water Board's response to the PFAS effort.  Shegraduated with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Geology from Sacramento State University. She is a California registered professional geologist and certified as a Project Manager Professional by the Project Management Institute.


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