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Upcoming PFAS Monitoring for Small Massachusetts Drinking Water Systems

by Jim Occhialini

MassDEP logoWater suppliers operating a community water system or non-transient, non-community (NTNC) water system serving less than 10,000 individuals are required to begin monitoring for PFAS in accordance with 310 CMR 22.07G. Four quarterly sampling rounds are required with the initial sampling to be conducted within the first month of the quarter. For water systems falling into this category, sampling is to begin this October 2021.

Reference: MA DEP 310 CMR 22

Alpha Analytical has considerable experience with the analysis of drinking water for PFAS in general, and we are a major supplier of PFAS drinking water analytical services to MassDEP and water suppliers across the Commonwealth. We are very familiar with the required analytical data upload (eDEP) that is required, and our fleet of couriers can drop off supplies and pick up samples with one days’ notice.

All analyses are performed locally, so once we have picked up your samples, we do not need to ship them anywhere to have the work done. We offer prompt, reliable service and a consistent reputation for delivering outstanding data quality. We are also cost competitive, and we stand behind our work.

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