Learn How a Geomembrane Can Combat PFAS-Contaminated Waters
Whether legacy long-chain PFAS or modern PFAS, both demonstrate the same stability and mobility in the environment. Due to its mobility in ground and surface waters, designers must be cautious of the carrier which introduces the materials into the environment, that being the AFFF (aqueous firefighting foam), which is a surfactant.
Certain types of geomembranes are susceptible to cracking in the presence of surfactants and are not recommended.
In this whitepaper, you will learn:
- What PFASs are
- How they work
- How they react to geomembranes
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