SGS laboratories in Wilmington, NC and Orlando, FL are now accredited for EPA 533, an SPE LC-MS/MS method that identifies PFAS substances in drinking water.
The SGS laboratory in Wilmington, North Carolina recently obtained NELAP and ISO17025 accreditation and the SGS laboratory in Orlando, FL recently obtained DoD, ISO17025 and NELAP accreditation for EPA 533, which is a solid phase extraction (SPE) liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) method for the determination of select per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water.
With multiple labs now accredited for EPA 533, SGS provides excellent capacity and fast turnaround times for this emerging isotope dilution PFAS method in drinking water.
Our network PFAS offering includes:
- The analysis of more than 40 PFAS compounds in water, soil, sediments, biosolids, tissues/ biofluids and products
- Specific analyte lists applicable to air, biological tissue and serum
- Specialized tests for precursors such as the Total Oxidizable Precursor assay (TOP), and for isomer speciation
- And much more.