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SGS supports the monitoring of the mobility of PFAS in groundwater through high-quality analysis
SGS has cooperated with iFlux and Cyclopure to develop a new method for monitoring the mobility of PFAS in groundwater plumes. iFlux patented a passive sampling cartridge and technology, together with Cyclopure, which supplied the adsorbent needed to capture and remove PFAS from the groundwater, allowing for a unique flux measurement to be determined. SGS contributed its expertise, as an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory, in high-quality environmental measurement and analysis to determine the PFAS compounds.
To enhance product safety, reduce hazardous waste and stimulate proper waste management across member states, the European Commission launches a database for information on Substances of Concern In articles as such or in complex objects (Products), also known as SCIP, under the following revised directive:
Coronavirus Operational Updates
SGS is progressively moving along the path to recovery and continues to be vigilant in the face of the ongoing COVID-19 health threat.
Your partner for optimum air quality
Well-being in the workplace is vital for a well-functioning organisation. It is also subject to strict legislation and regulations. That’s why indoor air quality is an integral part of the Codex on ‘well-being at work’.
Does your company use PFAS-free AFF products?
The presence of PFAS and the impact of PFAS components on the environment has been a much-discussed topic in recent times. Worldwide awareness regarding this is increasing. PFAS (Per- and Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances) is a group of more than 6000 chemical substances. These substances have been used in various products, such as firefighting foam, for decades. As a result, these substances have been released into the environment and are now found in, for example, soil, ground- and surface water.