In the world of PFAS contamination and regulation, 2023 promises to be a busy year. In just the first few weeks, we have seen plenty of fresh headlines already. To help our readers stay up to date, our PFAS experts compiled the latest news and developments we think should be on everyone’s radar. We have also sprinkled in some of our thoughts on what these developments may mean for the industry and your organization.
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Even as EPA Draft Method 1633 goes through revisions, it’s already become the go-to method for many regulatory programs. For example, the U.S. EPA strongly encourages Draft Method 1633 for NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permitting. The Department of Defense calls for Draft Method 1633 when testing AFFF (Aqueous Film-Forming Foam) and F3 (Fluorine-Free Foam) for PFAS. At least twelve states have even updated their lab accreditation programs to include Draft Method 1633.
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We’re less than a month into the new year, and plenty has happened in the world of PFAS contamination and testing . To help Pace® customers stay up to date, we’ve compiled the latest news and developments we think should be on everyone’s radar.