We offer both EPA-approved methods for testing drinking water: 537.1 and 533. We can detect up to 39 PFAS chemicals at single-digit part-per-trillion (ng/L) detection limits. We also offer analysis in non-potable water using SW-846 Method 8327.
We offer analysis of soil and biosolids samples contaminated with PFAS using ASTM D7979-17. Soil samples are prepared by an in-house method we developed and reported in2005, which has become the basis for many environmental analytical PFAS methods
Where standardized tests do not exist, we develop new analytical methods tailored to the specific mix of PFAS and other contaminants in complex environmental matrices, and characterize them using our state of the art HPLC Tandem Mass Spectrometer and GC/MS
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Our report highlights the change management challenges behind the development and implementation of PFAS Maximum Contamination Levels (MCL) in drinking water.
We are running a pilot study at a public water system to evaluate four new PFAS treatment products. We are identifying the isomeric profiles (branched and linear) and structural features of the PFAS contaminants in the effluent.
PFAS has been shown to negatively affect the immune systems of children, so we are testing the water in daycare centers across Delaware to improve community health.
PFAS Solutions is active in foundational PFAS research and community health projects. We are studying how PFAS moves through agricultural environments, exploring new technology for filtering out short chain PFAS molecules, and developing new analytical methods for testing PFAS in complex environmental matrices.
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