Analysis of perfluorinated compounds in soils

Perfluorinated compounds (PFAS) are a large family of over 9,000 chemical compounds. They are used in industrial products and consumer goods because of their non-stick, waterproofing and heat-resistant properties.

Land recycling as part of site management

Today, these perfluorinated compounds are widespread in the environment, i.e. in soil, water and air. They persist there because they degrade only with great difficulty. As a result, PFAS are also present in the food chain.

Soil analysis for perfluorinated compounds

To detect potential perfluorinated compound pollution in soils, an analysis must be carried out in a specialized laboratory.

The WESSLING Group not only has the necessary equipment, but also the expertise and experience to analyze your soil or sediment samples.