Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances or PFAS are a group of 3,000 fluorinated compounds that have been widely used in commerce. Environmental regulatory standards for this group of chemicals are changing rapidly. As new information becomes available with respect to PFAS, we will share this information on this page. Do you have questions or need assistance with a PFAS issue, we can help. Dragun has practical, hands-on experience with PFAS assessment and remediation. Contact Matthew Schroeder or Jeffrey Bolin.
NOTE: Be sure to see the links following the videos for additional resources.
Short Informative Videos on Per – and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances
Other PFAS Resources (internal and external)
Health-Based Drinking Water Value Recommendations for PFAS in Michigan (Michigan Science Advisory Workgroup | June 2019)
Validated Test Method 8327: Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) (USEPA | June 2019)
Examining Legislation to Address the Risks Associated with Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) (US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works | May 2019)
CDC/ATSDR to Assess PFAS Exposure in Communities Near U.S. Military Bases (Press Release | February 2019)
EPA’s Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Action Plan (72 page plan | February 2019)
EPA Fact Sheet: EPA’s Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (1 page document | February 2019)
PFAS Overview October 2018 (downloadable PDF)
PFAS State Legislation 2017-2018 (National Conference of State Legislatures)
PFAS Fact Sheets (Interstate Technology Regulatory Council – ITRC)
Residential Soil Standards and Guidance for PFAS (Excel Document – ITRC)
Michigan PFAS Sites Being Investigated (Map – MDEQ)
Dragun PFAS Presentation
On September 18, 2018, Dragun Corporation was invited by the American Chemical Society (Detroit Section) to update their members about the latest PFAS developments (see pictures below). If you you would like an update for you/your colleagues or your industry group, contact Alan Hahn.
Michigan Chemistry Council’s 2018 Annual Meeting
Below is the question and answer session from Michigan Chemistry Council’s 2018 Annual Meeting. Dragun’s senior environmental engineer, Matthew Schroder moderated the PFAS panel discussion.