PA Water Suppliers PFAS Webinar – Sign Up Now!









At Suburban Testing Labs, we are committed to supporting you in staying at the forefront of water quality compliance. That’s why we are excited to invite you to our upcoming PFAS Webinar on Lab Testing with a Live Q&A Session.

📆 Date: Friday, November 17, 2023

Time: 10:00 – 11:00 AM

📍 Location: Online Webinar via Zoom

Why You Should Attend:

🔍 Expert Insights: Our President, Rich Stump, will share his extensive knowledge about PFAS analysis and guide you through what you need to know.

📈 Regulatory Updates: Stay ahead of the curve with updates on the ever-evolving regulatory landscape for PFAS. We’ll discuss upcoming PADEP testing requirements and proposed EPA Regulations.

🛠️ Practical Tips: Learn practical tips and strategies for scheduling, sampling, and submitting samples to our laboratory.

💼 Q&A Session: Get your questions answered by our experts during the dedicated Q&A session.

How to Register:

Don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity to enhance your PFAS testing knowledge and network with industry peers. Secure your spot by registering now at the link below.

Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your seat early. If you have any questions or need further information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at

We look forward to having you join us for this informative session.



Can’t make our Webinar?  Download our FREE eBook on PFAS Drinking Water Regulations in PA.

How do the new USEPA Proposed Regulations affect your PA-required monitoring?  How does it all align with UCMR5 required testing?  What are the sampling requirements?

Click the Icon below to download our free eBook to help you navigate PFAS Drinking Water Regulations in Pennsylvania.



Other PFAS Testing Resources

The team at Suburban Testing Labs is here to help PA Public Water Suppliers:

  • Understand various MCL Regulations and Requirements.
  • Explain the difference between UCMR5, EPA MCLs, and PADEP MCLs.
  • Help you understand when you need to sample.
  • Explain Sampling Requirements.
  • And much more.

Click the ICON below to learn more from our website.

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