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  • PFAS Task Force Special Edition #1

    • Ready to Switch Foams What Should We Do Next?

      • Confirm that your new foam is FFF.  Have FFF sample tested by an independent lab.

      • Old foam needs to be disposed of by a licensed contractor. 

      • If you have foam in on board tanks, the product needs to be re-claimed and the tanks sanitized. 

        • A list of disposal and remediation companies have been provided.  Please click here to see the list. This list is NOT an endorsement by WSFCA or the Task Force but simply a shortcut to companies that should be further vetted for your needs.  Please due diligence and investigate any company and the processes they propose.

        • Reach out to other WSFCA members that have switched to FFF as they have likely used a remediation company. 

        • Understand that these are current best practices of this somewhat elusive product.  It is possible, probable that best practices may change and other products, processes will come to market. 

        • Consider a neighborly or regional approach and not locally stockpiling large quantities of FFF.
           

  • PFAS Task Force Special Edition #2

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