Data on 29 PFAS and lithium required for monitoring under UCMR 5 will be published quarterly until completion of data reportin gin 2026.
Aims to help state, local, tribal, and territorial health departments conduct PFAS biomonitoring activities, with the assumption that drinking water is the primary source of PFAS exposure. To request a copy of the PEATT please send a request to PFAS@cdc.gov
This ITRC guidance provides current information on sampling protocols and the development of PFAS anlaytical methods.
Provides guidance on how state drinking water programs can work with labs to test PFAS in drinkingw ater samples collected from public water systems
Alerts labs to inconsistencies when reporting analytical results for FPAS from EPA methods 533, 537, or 537.1