When the U.S. EPA lowered its health advisories for PFOA and PFOS from a parts-per-trillion (ppt) range to parts-per-quadrillion (ppq), the industry took notice. To use an analogy, one part per trillion is the equivalent of one grain of sand in an Olympic-sized swimming pool.
Currently, no test method can reliably detect PFAS at these levels. So now what?
Our panelists will provide insight into many of the unanswered questions and concerns.
- What do these new levels really mean?
- Can these be implemented?
- What steps should public water systems be taking now?
Paul R. Jackson | National Program Manager – PFAS, Emerging Contaminants & Drinking Water
Kevin Custer, Ph.D | Program Manager – Environmental Compliance & Emerging Contaminants
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