The Definitive Guide to PFAS Technology


The Definitive Guide to PFAS Technology

In this whitepaper, we explore the current technologies available for the removal, disposal, and destruction of PFAS. The whitepaper provides not only an in-depth analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of these technologies but also offers a series of practical exercises. These exercises are designed to assist organizations in identifying the most suitable technology for their specific needs and guide them in effectively implementing these solutions across their operations. The goal is to equip readers with a comprehensive understanding of PFAS management strategies, ensuring informed decision-making for reducing PFAS risk in their organization and safeguarding environmental and public health.

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Destroy PFAS on-site with low energy EOx.

No removal or disposal method has been able to destroy PFAS forever — until now. Aclarity breaks the carbon fluorine bond that for decades made them proliferate in our environment.

The future comes without PFAS. We have the solution required to thrive in an increasingly demanding regulatory environment.

The Octa™ PFAS Destruction System

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Our Experts

Orren Schneider, Chief Science Officer

Dr. Orren Schneider, P.E. Director of Research and Development.

Having previously worked for American Water as Manager of Water Technology in the Research & Development team where he was involved with research leading to optimization of water treatment and distribution system operations. He holds a BS in chemical engineering from Cornell University, and an MS and Ph.D. in environmental engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Christopher Hull, Senior Operations Engineer

Dr Chris Hull, PhD, PE, Dir. of Field Operations & Technology

Chris has extensive treatment process and water chemistry experience, and has more than 25 years of work in research and development, operations, startup, piloting, and business development. Chris is a member of AWWA, WEF, and the American Chemical Society. Chris is also a Class 1 (highest) wastewater operator in Virginia. Chris holds a BA in Chemistry and Engineering Science from Dartmouth College, a BS in Civil Engineering and an MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, and a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina.

Anilkumar Krosuri, Water Process R&D Engineer

Anil Krosuri, PhD, Water Process R&D Engineer.
He had previously worked for MassDEP in the Drinking Water Program as an Environmental Engineer III, where he was involved with reviewing and approving engineering technologies and plans and specifications for drinking water equipment and treatment technologies. Anil holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nanotechnology from SRM University, India, an MS in Environmental Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and a Ph.D. from the University of Idaho


Pamela Lynch, Chief Operating Officer

Pamela Lynch, Engineer & Chief Operations Officer

Pamela has served in many roles in both operations and engineering including GE Plastics, where she graduated from GE’s Operations Management Leadership Program, as well as TPI Composites and A123 Systems. Pamela has built and led multiple engineering, operations, quality, and supply chain teams in developing, building, and commercializing new technology products spanning from electric vehicle batteries, wind turbines and blades, electric buses, and EV automotive components

Meeting regulations is just the beginning

Aclarity's landfill client embarked on the exploration of foam fractionation for the initial separation of PFAS in their leachate, marking a proactive step in addressing the challenge of PFAS destruction. Explore more about the efforts to tackle PFAS contamination in landfill leachate through a foam fractionation process.

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Join the growing number of landfills, waste treatment facilities, industrial sites and more that leverage Aclarity to destroy PFAS forever. A site test lets you quickly gauge the power of our electrochemical oxidation system. If you’re anything like the others, it’ll be the start of something good.

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