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      The Problem of PFAS: Part 4 - Tracking Contamination

      February 3, 2022 at 4:00 PM / by Matt Harden posted in EPA Method 537.1, EPA Method 533, PFOS, EPA, PFOA, ISO 16175

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      Welcome to part 4 of our blog series “The Problem of PFAS”. If you are just tuning in, you might want to take a look at the previous blogs of this series as we provided background on the PFAS controversy (Part 1), a review of the regulatory guidelines for  monitoring PFAS contamination in the environment (Part 2), and most recently, a look at which analytical method might work the best for your lab (Part 3). If you are up to speed on this series, you should now have a good baseline on what we’ll be discussing today.

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      The Problem of PFAS: Part 2 - Top Regulations

      June 3, 2021 at 3:00 AM / by David Gallagher posted in SPE solid phase extraction, Sample preparation, EPA Method 537.1, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, PFAS, Drinking water, EPA Method, water extractions, SPE, perfluorinated compounds, PFOS, extraction, ISOLUTE 101

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      Welcome back! As the title indicates, this is Part 2 of an ongoing series where we discuss what’s going on with PFAS. For those of you who may not have read Part 1, you missed out on a summary of the controversy surrounding this group of compounds and I would recommend going back and taking a quick read through it to make sure that you’re caught up. 

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