Parsons Secures Army PFAS Investigation Support Task Order; Jon Moretta Quoted

Parsons (NYSE: PSN) will perform feasibility studies and remedial investigations of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances at Army National Guard facilities under a $28 million task order awarded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers through the Environmental Requirements Acquisition contract.

The company said Monday it will look into the nature of PFAS impacts at 16 installations of the Army National Guard in 12 states through the task order, which includes options to add five additional sites.

Parsons will determine whether PFAS concentrations pose a risk to the environment and human health and assess potential alternatives to remediate PFAS impacts. The company will also provide community relations support and install point-of-entry drinking water systems.

“PFAS has emerged as one of today’s most significant environmental issues, widely detected in soil, groundwater, and surface water,” said Jon Moretta, president of engineered systems business unit at Parsons.

Moretta added that the company will use its experience in PFAS investigation, remediation and mitigation to help the Army National Guard ensure the safety of its people and facilities.

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