Pace® laboratories are widely certified and accredited for PFAS analysis.
We can help you comply with the DOD mandate to treat PFOA and PFOS as regulated substances by testing all water systems supplying drinking water to the base.
We can also test non-potable waters, including wastewater (influent and effluent), groundwater, surface water, and leachate for PFAS contamination.
Pace® offers a wide range of test methods that can be used for analyzing PFAS in solids, including soil, biota, plastics, and more.
Pace® frequently tests for PFAS on military installations and other sites where Aqueous Film-Forming Foam (AFFF) has been used to extinguish fires involving flammable liquids. Whether used as part of a training exercise or in the event of an actual fire, PFAS contamination resulting from AFFF can remain for decades, even if AFFF is no longer used on-site. Pace® has extensive experience in analyzing PFAS in various AFFF Impacted matrices.
Incineration has been a DOD-approved method for disposing of stockpiles of PFAS-containing AFFF. However, soil, ash, groundwater, and air samples taken from incinerator sites and the surrounding area has shown elevated levels of PFAS. Pace® is capable of testing all of these matrices – and monitoring incinerator stacks for PFAS residue – to help you determine the efficacy of your disposal strategy.
We’re certified/accredited by NELAC, ISO, DOD, DOE, and in every state with a PFAS lab certification program.
For emergencies, our Rapid Response Team can provide defensible results in as little as 24 hours.
We are committed to helping our customers advance their important work through building strong relationships, delivering upon expectations, and providing exceptional customer service.
We can test for PFAS in both solid and aqueous matrices, including potable and non-potable waters, soils, and biota.
We’re on the leading edge of science, working with EPA, DOD, ASTM, and others to develop new methods for analyzing PFAS.