ITRC and Washington Ecology PFAS Training: Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Sites

October 24, 2019

Washington State Department of Ecology is pleased to partner with the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) on the upcoming PFAS training event, "Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Sites." 

You can register at:


About the Training: The ITRC PFAS team has planned the event that will feature a leading experts from state and federal agencies, academia, and private industry.

The “ Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Sites” training will explore the key elements for characterizing and managing PFAS impacted sites.

Topics of discussion include: 

  • Site characterization (sampling and analysis).
  • complex mechanisms that impact fate and transport.
  • current and potential remediation technologies.
  • Information on AFFF.
  • PFAS risk communications.
  • Learning about regional PFAS issues of interest.  

State and federal environmental and health agencies, tribes, local governments, communities and others interested in learning about PFAS are encouraged to attend.

The training event is FREE for state and federal employees, academics, and public stakeholders. Travel scholarships are available for State staff in limited quantity for each of the events.


For questions, please contact, Tadbir Singh at [email protected] or (202) 849-4980

If you want to learn more about Washington State’s work on PFAS, please check the PFAS Chemical Action Plan Advisory Committee webpage.  


Thursday, October 24, 2019



Tacoma Convention Center, Tacoma, WA