PFAS! Is it in your Sauce?
Date: Wednesday, September 6, 12:00-1:30 pm PST
Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1olNTTl ... cm4mk/edit
(after registering you will receive an email with meeting details)
This workshop picks up from our workshop/webinar last year on the dynamic and rapidly evolving issue of PFAS for Tribal drinking water as our speakers address the concerns and questions Tribal water system managers have about PFAS including:
● What are the upcoming EPA requirements?
● What is involved with conducting for PFAS?
● How can I prepare for PFAS testing and what should I expect?
● What can I do to mitigate and remediate PFAS?
● What services and funding are available for testing, analysis and remediation?
● What is it like for a Tribe to conduct PFAS water testing?
If you missed last years’ Webinar, we recommend watching the recording https://vimeo.com/745153469
of that workshop before this one so you are caught up with the fundamentals of PFAS: What are they? Where do they come from? What risk do they pose?
Register in advance for this meeting at the link below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This training is in partnership with EFCWest. This training and/or technical assistance is made possible by a grant by the USDA, and complies with the USDA's nondiscrimination policy: https://www.efcwest.net/usda-nondiscrim ... -statement
Meet the Speaker:
John C. Parada began his career while living on the La Posta Indian Reservation. John is a D1 Certified Water Operator and possesses over 26 years of experience in Tribal Environmental Programs. He hold certificates in Land Management and Air Quality Management. He intimately understands the unique status of tribes and the desire to achieve tribal sovereignty in practice by developing and maintaining environmental programs and activities that protect the environment and human health. Mr. Parada has served on federal, state and local boards as a tribal representative. He served on EPA Good Neighbor Environmental Board (GNEB), EPA Wester Regional Air Partnership, EPA National Tribal Air Association and the EPA Region IX Tribal Operations Committee to name a few. John has developed Tribal Water Quality Standards, Treatment as State (TAS) Clean Water 106 and 319 Non-Point Source, Air Monitoring, Emergency Operations and water management programs for tribes. John currently works to provide technical assistance to tribes and disadvantaged communities. In his spare time, John enjoys his grandchildren and softball.
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