SGS’s Orlando laboratory is the next location to join the growing list of SGS labs accredited for Draft EPA Method 1633 for the measurement of PFAS in wastewater, surface water, groundwater and soils. This is just one of the many ways we continue to evolve, providing local access to our extensive networks of labs that provide a full array of testing and analytical field services.
Our accreditation paired with our expert team in Orlando and at SGS AXYS ensures we offer you high quality and high capacity PFAS analysis, rapid turnaround time and competitive pricing. SGS is pleased to lead the 1633 process as the author and the first accredited lab network. As the DoD transitions to 1633 for all its PFAS testing needs, we’re here for you.
As the originator of the strategically important EPA 1633 for the US EPA, we are delighted to continue this leadership path and support your PFAS analytical needs. For all matrices, EPA 1633 provides a standardized and validated approach for PFAS monitoring. Whether it is tissue, or landfill leachate, or sediment, EPA 1633 can now be used to provide high-quality data consistent with PFAS measurement best practices.