The science of PFAS analysis has long needed a standardized, validated test method for non-potable liquids and solids. Once finalized and promulgated, Draft Method 1633 promises to be the solution we’ve been waiting for. Or does it?
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On February 2nd, Pace® delivered a live webinar titled “A Deep Dive into the Third Revision of Draft Method 1633.” This webinar was widely attended, and as anticipated, we received a number of questions using the Q&A feature on the portal. Since there were too many questions to answer in the time allotted and the questions received are relevant to the entire PFAS stakeholder community, we decided to create a downloadable FAQ.
Topics: Wastewater Draft Method 1633 Leachate Biosolids
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The USEPA’s 2021-2024 PFAS Strategic Roadmap calls for a number of actions related to PFAS in biosolids. In this post, we’ll provide our assessment of the challenges PFAS in biosolids present and the best ways to analyze for them.
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The PFAS contamination, testing, and regulatory landscape has been changing at breakneck speed as the U.S. EPA continues to implement its PFAS Strategic Roadmap for 2021-2024. To help Pace® customers stay up to date, we’re compiling the latest news and developments we think should be on everyone’s radar.