EPA has released a new interactive webpage, called the “PFAS Analytic Tools,” (https://echo.epa.gov/trends/pfas-tools) which provides consolidated data about per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) reporting, testing, and occurrences across the country. This information will help the public, researchers, and other stakeholders better understand potential PFAS sources in their communities. The PFAS Analytic Tools bring together multiple sources of information in one spot with mapping, charting, and filtering functions – allowing the public to see where testing has been done and what level of detections were measured. The tools are part of EPA’s Enforcement and Compliance History Online https://echo.epa.gov/ (ECHO) system.
This training will provide a brief overview of the application, including how data is collected along with instructions on how to use the dashboard.
**If you need any special accommodations for this webinar, please email Madeline LaPatra (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 1/6/2023