The U.S. EPA’s 2021-2024 PFAS Strategic Roadmap has a much greater focus on PFAS in wastewater than ever before. For example, the Effluent Limitations Guidelines (ELGs) are a tool the EPA already uses to enforce regulatory limits on pollutants in wastewater discharged into surface waters and municipal sewage treatment facilities. As noted in the roadmap, the EPA plans to use this tool to take a more proactive approach to restricting PFAS levels in wastewater discharge across several key industries.

While water quality managers responsible for municipal drinking water systems have been dealing with PFAS regulations for several years, many wastewater professionals are new to the PFAS world. The EPA’s roadmap will have significant implications for municipal wastewater professionals and their counterparts in industry, so they’ll need to catch up quickly.

To help, my colleagues and I held a PFAS Technical & Regulatory Update in early March specifically geared toward municipal and industrial wastewater professionals. In this webinar, we covered several topics including:

  • Sources of PFAS in Wastewater
  • Wastewater Test Methods
  • Update on Wastewater Regulations
  • Sampling Do’s and Don’ts


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If you’re a wastewater professional, I think you’ll find this webinar informative. Remember, too, that Pace® PFAS experts are here to answer any questions you may have. We can also dive deeper into wastewater regulations in your state and provide scenario-specific guidance on compliance requirements and how Pace® can support your risk mitigation strategy.

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