Best Practices for Monitoring PFAS Contamination in a Routine Commercial Laboratory
contributed by Waters |
The guidelines provided in this white paper can serve as a reference for your PFAS testing, regardless of matrices and analytical scope
In this white paper you will learn:
- Protocol to achieve and surpass EPA HALs in a typical routine lab without special equipment or a clean room
- How to minimize the contamination of PFAS in the lab and reduce cross-contamination
- Helpful tips and tricks to assist a step-wise approach in the effective controlling of PFAS contamination in your typical shared-space laboratory
PFAS is everywhere, whether it is a dedicated PFAS laboratory space or a shared location. This guidance on controlling contamination in the laboratory is helpful for all PFAS analysts to be successful.
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