PFAS Technical & Regulatory Update

In 2019, the EPA announced its PFAS Action Plan. Today, the rollout of that plan is already impacting water and wastewater systems, solid waste facilities, and other environmental programs. In this webinar, PFAS expert Paul Jackson, focuses on the facts that municipal facilities need to know about – and prepare for – to address the growing concerns and mandates for PFAS testing.

Many states have already implemented or are planning to implement their own PFAS action plans. Yet regulatory issues, test methods, and PFAS compound lists are evolving rapidly.  As such, state plans in place today will need to adjust to meet changing requirements. It’s no surprise that this has stirred up widespread confusion about PFAS.

The PFAS Technical & Regulatory Update, will provide clear, concise, and up-to-date information. This webinar will educate you on what you need to know – and plan for – relative to PFAS this year.


Download this webinar to learn:

  • PFAS characteristics that make it a serious issue for water, wastewater, and solid waste professionals
  • PFAS sources that affect water, wastewater, and solid waste facilities
  • PFAS current and emerging test methods
  • What you need to plan for based on the EPA PFAS Action Plan - and its impact on your programs
  • Requirements that nearly half the states have already put into motion and why
  • Sampling requirements for PFAS testing and analysis







Paul R. Jackson is the National Program Manager for PFAS and Emerging Contaminants at Pace®. He provides expertise in areas including PFAS, the SDWA Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule, 1,4-Dioxane, and Harmful Algal Blooms. On these matters and others, Mr. Jackson is sought out to offer technical support, contract development, and program management for water and wastewater utilities, solid waste facilities, surface water monitoring programs, and environmental consulting firms.

Mr. Jackson frequently presents at state-level water utility and environmental conferences on PFAS, Emerging Contaminants, and the US EPA Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Program.

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