PFAS was discovered during the 1930s. During the 1940s and well into the 70s, it became increasingly prevalent in manufacturing and was incorporated into everyday products. Recently, PFAS has been classified as an emerging contaminant which is defined as an environmental and human health hazard.

Trace has the resources to help wastewater treatment facilities and drinking water clients to meet their PFAS requirements. We are able to provide the full list of required compounds using Method EPA 537M. Trace can provide third-party sample collection as needed. Standard turnaround time is 7 to 10 business days. Do your know if you have PFAS in your water? For more information please fill out the form below or contact Trace at 231-773-5998.

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