PFAS, which comprise roughly 12,000 individual compounds, pose one of the greatest challenges to the environment and public health in decades. The future is about options: from source-point pretreatment to the reduction of downstream waste generation and efficient PFAS destruction. But first, you need to know where to begin. Use the map below to see your state’s current guidance.
Data presented below (ITRC 2022) are for informational purposes only. Scroll below the map for references and footnotes.
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References by State
List of PFAS Chemical Characteristics
List of Regulatory Agencies
Standard or Guidance Abbreviations
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