Avoiding cross contamination from per‐ and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) that may occur during sampling of environmental media is the key to ensure reliable analytical results during a PFAS sampling program. Due to the ubiquitous nature of PFAS in commonly used sampling materials and personal protective equipment, mitigating the risk of cross contamination is a challenge that requires a conservative approach when planning and executing a PFAS sampling program. This article describes a conservative approach to PFAS sampling and includes a case study that evaluated three insect repellent products to determine their suitability for use during PFAS investigation. The three products were verified to be PFAS‐free for the 17 PFAS included in the analysis and, therefore, these products are suitable for use during PFAS sampling activities without concern for cross contamination.
Remediation – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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