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As awareness of the impact of PFAS on human health and the environment grows, more people are finding they need to brush up on their PFAS knowledge as part of their job. For some, it’s a regulatory mandate. For others, a greater understanding helps them be good stewards of their business while implementing responsible, sustainable business practices.

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AIRPORTS

One of the more frequent contributors to PFAS contamination in local communities is the AFFF (aqueous film-forming foam) used to fight aviation fires. Pace® can test local groundwater and soils to determine the level of PFAS contamination around the airport. We can also test legacy stockpiles of AFFF as well as the new AFFF substitutes to determine if they contain PFAS.

DOD AND OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES

Pace® partners with the DOD and other agencies in the development of new PFAS test methods for non-potable waters and solids. We’re also DOD ELAP accredited and offer QSM-compliant PFAS testing across a wide variety of aqueous and non-aqueous matrices for DOD and civil projects.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING

From performing site assessments for real estate transactions to helping businesses understand their liability risks, environmental consultants are crucial in the fight to address PFAS contamination and protect public health. By providing expertise and a wide array of testing services, Pace® is the go-to resource for many of the county’s leading environmental consulting firms.

INDUSTRY AND MANUFACTURING

Manufacturers and distributors of PFAS have been under regulatory scrutiny for decades. Recently, the EPA and Congress have also stepped up their focus on businesses that use PFAS in production or include it as an ingredient or component in finished goods. Our emerging contaminants experts can devise a PFAS testing program that provides fast, defensible results so you can mitigate your business risks and remain compliant.

LOCAL & STATE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

Many communities are just starting to understand the prevalence of PFAS in the environment and its impact on human health. This growing awareness puts civic leaders on the hot seat as citizens and the media press for answers. Pace® PFAS testing services can help you determine the level of PFAS contamination in your community and its source.

MUNICIPALITIES

City officials are charged with keeping residents safe and ensuring a constant supply of safe, clean drinking water. This includes being able to identify likely sources of PFAS and how PFAS can spread from these sources to the municipal water supply. Pace® has the information you need to know and can meet the PFAS testing requirements of communities, large and small.

TRIBAL LANDS

Tribal officials have many of the same concerns as other community leaders, and Tribal lands are subject to many of the same regulations. Unfortunately, they don’t always have access to the same resources, and the sources of PFAS contamination aren’t always under their control. Pace® is a go-to resource in the effort to ensure Tribal communities have access to safe, clean drinking water.

REASONS TO CHOOSE PACE®

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EXPERIENCED

Pace® has been an industry leader in persistent organic pollutant testing for over three decades.
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CERTIFIED

We’re certified/accredited by NELAC, ISO, DOD, DOE, and in every state with a PFAS lab certification program.

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RELIABLE

For emergencies, our Rapid Response Team can provide defensible results in as little as 24 hours.

Committed

COMMITTED

We are committed to helping our customers advance their important work through building strong relationships, delivering upon expectations, and providing exceptional customer service.

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ADVANCED

We can test for PFAS in both solid and aqueous matrices, including potable and non-potable waters, soils, and biota.

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INNOVATIVE

We’re on the leading edge of science, working with EPA, DOD, ASTM, and others to develop new methods for analyzing PFAS.

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