Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Services
Your Trusted Partner for PFAS Testing and Consultation
We offer a wide range of services related to PFAS testing and consultation, which is essential for businesses whose consumers are concerned about PFAS contamination. We aim to help you tackle this critical issue with our expertise and reliable services, making us a great partner to trust in the fight against PFAS.
Experts You Can Trust
Using the current regulatory accepted methodology that covers the most common and toxic PFAS compounds.
Precision in Detection
A specific targeted approach using LC-MS/MS instrumentation to detect PFAS.
Commitment to Sustainability
Our process maintains proper disposal requirements and this analysis specifically targets harmful environmental contaminants.
PFAS Resources For Awareness, Solutions, and Action
Understanding PFAS: Regulations, Sources, Chemistry, and Alternatives
This webinar comprehensively explains PFAS, including its chemistry, sources, uses, and the FDA's regulatory requirements. It also explores assessment methods for PFAS sources, intake points, alternatives, and prevention processes.
A Look into the Man-Made Health Risk
PFAS, prevalent in consumer and industrial goods like cookware, clothing, and cleaning products, resist oil, water, and heat, persisting in the environment and posing significant risks to both ecosystems and human health.
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PFAS substances have become a significant concern in terms of the environment and health due to their widespread presence and potential negative impacts. The following are eight essential insights into the realm of PFAS.
PFAS are a group of human-made chemicals found ubiquitously in the environment. They have been used in various industrial and consumer products for decades, contributing to their widespread presence in air, water, and soil.
PFAS are known for their persistence in the environment. Their resistance to degradation means they can accumulate over time, leading to concerns about potential bioaccumulation in living organisms, including humans.
Diverse Industrial Uses
PFAS have been utilized in a wide range of industrial applications, including the manufacturing of non-stick cookware, water-resistant textiles, firefighting foams, and more. Understanding these diverse uses is crucial for assessing potential exposure sources.
Emerging research suggests potential health risks associated with PFAS exposure. Certain PFAS have been linked to adverse health effects, including reproductive and developmental issues, immune system disruption, and an increased risk of certain cancers.
Governments worldwide are increasingly recognizing the environmental and health risks posed by PFAS. As a result, regulatory measures are being implemented to monitor and control PFAS usage and establish acceptable exposure limits.
Due to their persistence, remediating PFAS-contaminated sites presents significant challenges. Identifying effective and sustainable methods for PFAS removal from soil and water remains an ongoing area of research and development.
Accurate detection and quantification of PFAS require advanced analytical techniques, with Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS) and its tandem form, LC-MS/MS, being commonly employed for their high sensitivity and specificity.
Global collaboration among scientists, policymakers, and industries is crucial to developing solutions, sharing research findings, and establishing best practices for managing and mitigating the impact of PFAS on the environment and human health.