Risk assessments take into account site-specific considerations and serve as the basis for decision making.
The probability of false positives can be high during PFAS sample collection. Professional engineers familiar with PFAS sampling can determine if action is needed.
Multiple lines of evidence may be needed to identify the source(s) of contamination because of the complexity of PFAS composition and source formulations.
Conduct a pilot of different configurations to find the optimal design for removing PFAS for your unique situation.