The Problem with PFAS and Ecological Receptors on an Example Located in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania
Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances ( (PFAS) also commonly known as “forever chemicals” had been sampled near one of the largest municipal/residual waste landfills located in Dunmore, Pennsylvania. The Keystone Sanitary Landfill (KSL) consists of a double lined waste disposal site with state of the art reverse osmosis leachate treatment. The large potential source and lack of any monitoring data for PFAS with the recent multi-decade expansion approval created the current concern regarding the unknown potential for off-site contamination to human and other ecological receptors that required evaluation of environmental media sampling.
|Work Title||The Problem with PFAS and Ecological Receptors on an Example Located in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania|
|License||No Copyright - U.S.|
|Publication Date||January 1, 2023|
|Deposited||January 02, 2023|
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