Learn about Enthalpy's Advanced Method for PFAS Anlysis
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are in the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, the carpet we walk on, and the objects we handle every day. And, yes, PFAS contamination finds its way into laboratory environments, too. Learn how to avoid cross contamination here.
Jim Jacklin recently attended the 2023 CAPCA Spring Meeting in Asheville, NC. He enjoyed discussing a wide variety of analytical projects, spanning air quality, PFAS testing, to stack testing - several of which focused on Method 29. Here are the top three questions that stood out to him.
It’s crucial to monitor our air, water, and soil for pollutants but doing so accurately is challenging. That’s why the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed an improved method for sampling and analyzing Dioxins/Frans, PAHs, and PCBs in air.
What a gorgeous week it was in Nashville for the EIA 2023 annual conference! Here's a recap from our industry experts.
You received your PFAS Sampling Kit, and you’re ready to begin sampling. It's important to follow certain guidelines to ensure accurate and reliable results. The following tips are helpful whether you’re new to PFAS sampling or a seasoned pro.
Find out how Enthalpy can assist you in the navigation of different field and testing requirements for your PFAS remediation/assessment project.
Per-and Poly-fluoroalky substances (PFAS) are a class of contaminants that are steadily increasing in both number of identified and testable compounds, as well as complexity of testing.
Analytical methodologies for Per & Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFAS) are currently in an ever-evolving regulatory climate with ongoing changes and modifications to existing and new PFAS analytical methods.
In this article we explore how to test for PFAS, what standards should be followed, and the options for testing drinking water systems.