BB&E PFAS Updates
BB&E’s wide ranging experience with Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) - also known as perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) - enables us to assist our industrial and federal clients through the complex regulatory and technical environment surrounding these ubiquitous and persistent compounds.
From completion of Preliminary Assessments (PAs), Site Investigations (SIs), and development of remedial response strategies, BB&E has the requisite experience to effectively manage PFAS releases to the environment. Additional information regarding BB&E’s PFAS response capabilities is summarized here (click for fact sheet).
What Does the Presence of Perfluorinated Compounds in the Environment Mean for Michigan’s Regulated Community?
BB&E’s James Colmer, Vice President of Operations, recently co-authored an article in the Michigan Manufacturing Magazine (MiMfg Magazine Online) titled: “What Does the Presence of Perfluorinated Compounds in the Environment Mean for Michigan’s Regulated Community?” The article discusses the emergence of PFAS as pollutants of concern and what industry can do to minimize these potential impacts. The complete on-line version can be found at the Michigan Manufacturing Magazine website at: http://mag.mimfg.org/mag/0161702001514386514/p6.