Register for a Science Session webinar hosted by the Environmental Research & Education Foundation
Storage Wars: Sequestering PFAS Using Polymer Chemistry with speaker Todd DeJournett, PhD, PE
Thursday, October 28, 2021
1 to 2 p.m. ET
$25 per person
About this Science Session
Geosyntec, in collaboration with the University of Minnesota, is studying the use of commercially-available polymer flocculants to improve PFAS removal in landfill leachate management operations.
During this Session, DeJournett will cover the following:
- The conceptual model for this method and its value proposition
- Some of the technical challenges associated with this method
- Results available so far and the researchers’ next steps
About Todd DeJournett, PhD, PE
Todd is a senior Engineer for Geosyntec with over 15 years of experience in industrial and municipal water and wastewater treatment process design. DeJournett’s practice applies fundamental principles of chemistry and microbiology to minimize client liabilities and maximize their assets. DeJournett’s experience includes work in the petrochemical, refining, mining, solid waste, and manufacturing sectors. He is a frequent collaborator with University of Minnesota faculty through the MNDRIVE program, which encourages the application of innovative University research to problems faced by Minnesota industries.