Biomonitoring: A tool to assess PFNA body burdens and evaluate the effectiveness of drinking water intervention for communities in New Jersey

Study evaluates the effectiveness of interventions to end exposure to PFNA through drinking water. Drinking water intervention reduced PFNA body burdens in affected communities. May 4, 2021 | International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health


Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substance (PFAS) Transport from Groundwater to Streams near a PFAS Manufacturing Facility in North Carolina, USA

Discharge of contaminated groundwater may lead to long-term contamination of surface water and impacts on downstream drinking water supplies. This work addresses a gap in the PFAS literature: quantifying PFAS mass transfer between groundwater and surface water using field data. April 7, 2021 | Environmental Science & Technology


Characterization of an AFFF impacted freshwater environment using total fluorine, extractable organofluorine and suspect per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance screening analysis

A new screening analysis method was developed to identify overlooked PFAS in water bodies. March 23, 2021 | Chemosphere


Fate and transport of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in the vadose zone

The article critically discusses the current state of the knowledge and aim to interconnect the complex processes that control the fate and transport of PFASs in the groundwater vadose zone. March 23, 2021 | Science of The Total Environment