Introduction by Amy Heffernan
Registration: Via email to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Joining: In session – breakout via zoom link which you will receive via email.
The breakout session aims to investigate the issues associated with the application of the ASLP analytical tool for predicting PFAS mass flows and using the resultant data to assess risk. Better tools are required to understand the movement of PFAS within the environment and to enable more accurate modelling and risk assessment.
This session aims to identify a toolbox of suitable alternatives, which can replace or be used in conjunction with ASLP, by highlighting their measures, methodologies, advantages, and limitations. The information from this workshop will then be synthesised into a report for consideration by the National Chemicals Working Group and other key stake holders.
The program will run as a breakout session as part of SETAC Australasia 2021 proceedings, where a scoping discussion session will be used to collect and collate relevant information. These themes will be condensed into individual questionnaires and supplied to all attendees via email for response (anomalously if so desired) within a 2-week period. Questionnaire responses will provide detailed information which can be reviewed and included in a final report.
If you would like to attend the session and provide your valuable input on the above, please register your interest by email here: email@example.com.