Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large group of synthetic chemicals that have been widely used for many years in manufacturing, industrial applications, food contact materials and consumer products. They are chemically and thermally stable, resistant to breakdown and can commonly be found in the environment globally. With concerns rising about the health risks associated with PFAS exposure, it is important to ensure proper monitoring of these chemicals.

In this on-demand webinar, Ronald Paulissen, Application Specialist, provides an introduction into what are PFAS, why are they substances of concern, a brief overview of the current regulations and an in depth look at PFAS analysis in water, environmental and polymer samples. [Recorded live July 2020]

About the Expert
Ronald Paulissen is an Application Specialist in the Analytical Services department at Intertek Polychemlab. He is directly involved in the implementation of analytical methods for PFAS monitoring in environmental and polymer samples. Ronald has a background in chemistry from Eindhoven University of Technology.

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