The CFA team performs specialized environmental analysis for highly complex and sensitive projects. See example projects and scenarios in which the CFA laboratory has conducted analysis to detect Dioxins/Furans and PCB Congeners.
CFA’s Unique Services
CFA provides unique services to many environmental laboratories that require specialty testing including analysis of radioactive samples and one-on-one training.Learn More
Low-Level Storm Water Runoff Requirements for PCBs
New state and federal limits for storm water runoff with possible PCB contamination require analysis by EPA Method 1668 for PCBs. The Part Per Quadrillion (PPQ) method detection limits require modification to Method 1668 to account for potential background contamination.Learn More
CFA’s Expertise in Analyzing and Reporting for the DRBC
The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) oversees the PCB Total Maximum Daily Limit (TMDL) study on the Delaware River and its tributaries. CFA receives samples from dischargers of all types that are required to collect and submit samples for PCB analysis by Method 1668A.Learn More