Case Study: Immobilization of PFAS Soils in Germany

//Case Study: Immobilization of PFAS Soils in Germany

Case Study: Immobilization of PFAS Soils in Germany

Using the adsorbent RemBind to reduce the leachability of PFAS in soils from Baden Baden, Germany

November, 2018

In a recent study, RemBind was used to reduce the leachability of PFAS in soils from Baden Baden, Germany. Independent laboratory results showed that a RemBind addition rate of 0.5% was sufficient to reclassify the soils from >Z2 to Z0/Z1 which allows for reuse of the soils with few restrictions. This paves the way for a cost-effective remediation solution for the treatment and reuse of PFAS contaminated soils. Long-term stability testing is now underway.

Data from this study was presented on 28 November 2018 to the German Federal Environment Authority at the Sanierungsmanagement fur lokale PFC- Kontaminationen, Berlin, Germany.

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