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Haley & Aldrich experts to discuss climate change impacts, PFAS, and more at environmental conference

San Diego at night

Burlington, Mass., March 8, 2024 — Seven Haley & Aldrich experts will present at the 33rd Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air hosted by the Association for Environmental Health and Sciences Foundation (AEHS). The conference takes place March 18-21 in San Diego.

These Haley & Aldrich professionals will join thousands of other attendees for sessions related to groundwater and soil remediation, brownfields, and other pressing topics for environmental consultants and the clients they serve.

“With many developments related to climate change and environmental protection — from regulatory changes to new ways of treating PFAS — we welcome the chance to share our knowledge at this important environmental conference,” says Murray Einarson, Haley & Aldrich’s Contaminated site management practice leader.

According to AEHS, this event is the longest-running annual environmental conference in the United States. It aims to connect scientists, engineers, policymakers, and industry leaders for the purpose of “advancing research, improving environmental management, and safeguarding public health.”

Join our experts during the following sessions:


Platform presentations

  • Catherine Regan (technical expert), Bart Eklund (senior technical expert, chemistry), and Rich Rago (technical expert): “Where Are We Now? An Updated Summary of State Approaches to VI,” March 20, 10:30-11 a.m.
  • Gina Plantz (principal consultant, contaminated site management): “Development of an Updated National Vapor Intrusion Attenuation Factor Database,” March 20, 11-11:30 a.m.
  • Sarah Mass (environmental engineer) and Bart Eklund: “It’s Raining PFAS — Spatial and Temporal Differences in a Nationwide PFAS Rain Study,” March 20, 10:30-11 a.m.

Poster presentation

  • Raghavendra Suribhatla Maruti: “A New GIS-Based PFAS Modeling Tool for Site Management and Decision-Making Support,” March 20, 3-6 p.m.

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