On June 15th, the EPA updated its Health Advisories (HAs) for PFOA and PFOS from 70 ppt to 0.004 ppt and 0.02 ppt, respectively. This is a significant drop for water quality managers and raises many unanswered questions and concerns.
During this 30-minute webinar you'll learn:
- What is a lifetime drinking water Health Advisory, how are these developed, and how are these used?
- What’s the difference between an Interim vs Final health advisory?
- What are Maximum Contaminant Level Goals (MCLGs) and Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs), and how are these developed?
- What happens with the Health Advisory levels when MCLs are issued?
- How do the new Health Advisory levels correlate to current EPA test methods and their detection limits which are higher?
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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