New eBook Release: Navigating PFAS Drinking Water Regulations in Pennsylvania

At Suburban Testing Labs, we are committed to providing valuable resources to our community of public water suppliers. We understand that staying compliant with the latest regulations can be challenging, especially in the ever-evolving landscape of water quality standards.

That’s why we are excited to announce the release of our latest eBook, “Navigating PFAS Drinking Water Regulations in Pennsylvania.” This comprehensive guide is tailored specifically for public water suppliers in the Keystone State, offering insights and guidance on complying with PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) regulations.

What You’ll Find in the eBook

  1. History of PFAS Contamination in Drinking Water: understanding the origins and impact.
  2. 6 PFAS Compound Overview: learn about the  sources and characteristics of PFOA, PFOS, PFNA, PFHxs, PFBS, and Gen X
  3. UCMR5: Requirements for Water Systems
  4. PA DEP MCL: Upcoming  requirements for PA Public Water Suppliers
  5. EPA Proposed MCL: Preparing for future regulations
  6. Sampling: Avoiding contamination and best practices

Why this eBook Matters

Navigating PFAS regulations is a critical task for public water suppliers. Non-compliance can have serious consequences, affecting public health and regulatory compliance. Our eBook serves as your go-to resource, providing the knowledge and tools needed to meet and exceed regulatory standards.

At Suburban Testing Labs, we’re not just about providing testing services; we’re your partner in achieving water quality excellence. This eBook is another step in our commitment to supporting you in your mission to deliver safe and clean drinking water to your communities.

Ready to take the next step in ensuring PFAS compliance? Download our eBook now and equip yourself with the insights and knowledge you need.

Stay tuned for more valuable resources from Suburban Testing Labs as we continue to support our community of water suppliers in Pennsylvania and beyond.




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