Is PFAS a risk to your business?
Get help to determine where and how PFAS can be a challenge and how to tweak your production in light of a possible ban.
A total or partial ban on PFAS chemicals in the EU could be the reality from 2026. A ban will severely affect industries like electronics, metal processing, food production, pharma, and chemical manufacturing. It will impact how ingredients and chemicals are sourced, reporting and output flows, forcing companies to replace PFAS with alternatives where possible.
Our experts in materials, chemistry, emissions, manufacturing, food tech and production can help you assess the presence of PFAS in your operation, document it and help you assess, test and implement alternatives.
Chemical analysis of productsOur chemical analysis laboratory performs characterisation and chemical analysis of almost all kinds of samples and materials, including polymers and fluorine content. They can help you assess the chemical makeup of your products and determine if they are under the set limit value.
Find alternative components and materials to replace PFASWe can assist with finding replacement components for your products or production line and test them to see if they work as well as the element they are replacing. Polymer specialists can advise on possible replacements of PFAS with alternative polymers, and what performance you can expect from the alternatives.
Measure PFAS in airMeasuring PFAS in the air is relatively new. The method development is still underway, and there are few studies of what happens when PFAS are burned. We can assist with emission measurements to ensure that companies comply with regulatory requirements for measuring, evaluating and documenting airborne emissions, incl. odour, PFAS and micropollutants.
For more information, contact
Henrik Løvbjerg Lindeløv
Director of departmentT: +45 42 62 77 38