Caroline Noblet and colleagues studying PFAS management issues in Maine

Dr. Caroline Noblet, Associate Professor in the School of Economics, and colleagues are actively studying management issues associated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in Maine. Dr. Noblet is part of an interdisciplinary research team based in the Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions that is conducting research to identify sources of and management strategies for PFAS (“forever chemicals”) in Maine. The team is collaborating closely with a range of stakeholders as questions and concerns about PFAS management issues increase in Maine and beyond.

To access more information about their ongoing work, click here to access the UMaine News coverage of the project and team.