SESHA | PFAS – an overview of the six steps of the end-to-end treatment solutions

Attend this webinar to learn how Veolia Water Technologies & Solutions has developed and introduced a range of removal and remediation technologies to address contamination. PFAS regulation is evolving rapidly, and the microelectronics industry should be prepared to meet future requirements related to wastewater treatment, AFFF, and remediation. John Peichel and Carol Walczyk from Veolia will take us through the six steps of the end-to-end treatment solutions.

Carol Walczyk

Carol Walczyk is a Vice President of Process Efficiency Analytics in Veolia’s corporate Technical & Performance team. In this role, she provides technical support and optimization assistance for all of Veolia North America’s businesses, including the areas of water, waste and energy, and is a subject matter expert on water quality. She has 35 years of experience in civil and environmental engineering and is a member of the American Water Works Association Board of Directors.

John Peichel

John Peichel is a Global Market Developer at Veolia Water Technologies & Solutions located in Minnetonka, MN. He has over 33 years of experience in industrial water treatment using membranes. Currently, Mr. Peichel is responsible for research and development of new markets involving advanced filtration and separation technologies and related products including reverse osmosis, nano-filtration, ultrafiltration, microfiltration, and electro-separations with an emphasis on valuable selectivity, lower energy, higher water recovery and robust process applications. He has been focused on PFAS market for over six (6) years.

Veolia - PFAS Webinar - SESHA - 07122023


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