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U.S. EPA Enhances PFAS Analytic Tools with New Data Sources on ECHO Website

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The U.S. EPA has released an updated version of its PFAS Analytic Tools on the ECHO website. These tools provide data visualization to assess PFAS manufacturing, releases, and occurrences across the U.S. The update includes various new data sources, such as PFAS emissions, drinking water monitoring results, environmental samples, waste manifests, incident reports, discharge monitoring reports, and data on federal sites and Superfund sites with PFAS detections. EPA plans to add TRI PFAS data for 2022 in the fall of 2023.



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