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Mitigating PFAS in Drinking Water Through Analytical Innovation

Drinking Water
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Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) can persist in our environment for longer than any other artificial substance. They’re associated with negative health effects, yet, they are pervasive in our water systems. 

A number of regulatory strategies exist to manage PFAS risks, however, system contamination and low-level detection limits still present challenges to drinking water monitoring. 

Gain insights into the latest PFAS regulatory requirements and key analytical innovations for optimized testing workflows.  

Download this whitepaper to explore:

  • The latest EPA PFAS action plan to protect public health
  • Key regulatory changes in unregulated contaminant monitoring 
  • A validated LC/MS/MS method for increased sample throughput, efficiency and reduced contamination risk


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