Environmental Analysis

PFAS Analysis: Application in the Water Works of Berlin, Germany


FrederikZietzschmann_200Separation Science, in collaboration with Agilent, offers an on-demand symposium covering new methods in PFAS testing, featuring thought leaders from across the globe. One key talk included is 'PFAS Analysis: Application in the Water Works of Berlin, Germany' given by Frederik Zietzschmann  from the Laboratory of Berliner Wasserbetriebe, Germany. Below is an outline of the presentation:

Format: On-demand Presentation

PFAS are an abundant class of legacy and current contaminants in the catchments of many water works around the world. In Berlin, Germany, PFAS are monitored extensively due to the prospective strict regulatory measures from the European Union and German environmental authorities. With required limits of quantification in the very low ng/L range, sensitive techniques are applied and potential improvements are explored. These analytical means are complemented by research activities regarding PFAS analysis, sampling, and removal, as well as contributions to national and international standardization.

By watching this presentation you will learn that:

  • Thorough monitoring of PFAS will be required by many water works due to strict regulatory limits
  • Analytical sensitivity must be further increased to satisfy the required limits of quantification
  • Technologies for PFAS removal must be improved to comply with limit values

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In addition, you'll also gain access to a series of presentations unique to this on-demand symposium:

AddPres_ChenLatest Regulations & Standards on PFAS Testing in the Materials Industry
Dr Yuhong Chen (Global Materials Segment, Applied Markets, Agilent Technologies)

AddPres_GilSampling and Analysis of Volatile PFAS in Air by TD-GC-MS
Carlos Gil (Business Development Manager, Markes International GmbH)

AddPres_BaumannStreamlined PFAS Annotation and Visualization with FluoroMatch Flow and Visualizer
Stephen Baumann (Application Applied Segment Manager, Agilent Technologies)

AddPres_ThaxtonUsing Thermal Desorption and GC-MS/MS for the Analysis of PFAS Compounds in Air for Improved Detectability & Reliability
Kurt Thaxton (Gerstel)

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