HGL’s Ongoing PFAS Treatment Projects
In addition to its decades of experience designing and constructing treatment systems for conventional contaminants, HGL has designed and supported construction of PFAS mitigation systems ranging in capacity from 350 gallons per minute (GPM) to 1,050 GPM. These systems use granular activated carbon (GAC) and ion exchange (IX) resins to reduce PFAS concentrations to nondetectable levels in a wide range of water chemistries. HGL is also operating and maintaining mitigation systems.
Through a nationwide USACE mitigation task order, HGL is using GAC and IX resins in point-of-entry treatment (POET) systems being installed in residences outside four Air Force installations. HGL also uses mobile GAC/IX treatment systems to remove PFAS from liquid investigative-derived waste on site. Using these mobile systems decreases our clients’ liabilities and costs associated with landfilling or incineration of PFAS-contaminated wastes.