This Friday: ADC to Host DOD, EPA to Discuss Forever Chemical Cleanup

May 23, 2023

ADC is co-hosting a virtual forum Friday for an update on PFAS contamination and federal cleanup efforts in defense communities.

Speakers at “PFAS Clean-Up: How Communities Can Work with DOD and EPA” will include:

  • Brendan Owens, assistant secretary of defense for energy, installations and environment
  • Richard Kidd, deputy assistant secretary of defense for environment and energy resilience
  • Helen Duteau, chief of EPA’s Community Involvement and Program Initiatives Branch
  • Karen Holt, ADC president

Owens will take questions from attendees.

The forum, scheduled to take place May 26 at 10 a.m., is hosted by ADC and the Environmental Working Group.

You can register now.

ADC photo of Owens by Will Noonan

May 23, 2023

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