PFAS Compliance Software, Services & Consulting

Are you worried about PFAS restrictions disrupting your supply chain ?

A lack of PFAS compliance poses significant risks to your market access and bottom line. With ever-evolving PFAS substances restriction in regulations like REACH, POPs, Proposition 65, and TSCA Section 8(a)(7) Reporting and Record keeping Requirements, it's crucial to stay ahead. Acquis Compliance Solutions simplifies the complexity of PFAS compliance, offering comprehensive software, services, and consulting support to pro-actively monitor and report PFAS. Start streamlining your PFAS compliance journey with Acquis today.

Effortlessly Track and Manage PFAS Compliance with Acquis Solutions

Compliance Documentation and Reporting: Simplify documentation sourcing and reporting processes for PFAS regulatory requirements.

Real-Time Regulatory Monitoring: Stay informed and take proactive action with real-time alerts for substance of concerns. Identify blind spots and gather necessary information for timely corrective action.

Expert Guidance and Consulting: Access expert guidance and consulting services for PFAS compliance.

PFAS Identification and Tracking: Identify and track PFAS substances throughout your product lifecycle and supply chain.

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Integration with Existing Systems: Seamlessly integrate Acquis Compliance Solutions into your existing systems and workflows.

Scalable and Future-Proof Solutions: Stay prepared for upcoming regulatory changes and potential supply chain disruptions related to evolving PFAS compliance requirements.

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Mitigate PFAS Risks, Secure Success with Acquis Compliance


Automate data collection and receive real-time alerts for restricted PFAS substances


Identify and track regulated PFAS substances in accordance with regulations such as EPA TSCA Section 8(a)(7) and ECHA PFAS list recommended to be included in EU REACH


Utilize advanced analytics and reporting for enhanced visibility and control


Establish a centralized repository for auditable documentation and compliance records


Receive personalized consulting and training tailored to your specific needs


Seamlessly integrate our solutions into your existing systems and workflows for optimized efficiency


Save valuable time and resources, allowing you to focus on core business activities

Unlock the Benefits of Acquis Compliance Solutions for PFAS Regulations

Unlock the Benefits of Acquis Compliance Solutions for PFAS Regulations

PFAS compliance is a pressing concern as new regulations emerge and existing ones expand, encompassing a wide range of industries and products. Failure to act now not only jeopardizes your market access but also puts your reputation and profitability at risk. Take proactive steps to mitigate risks associated with PFAS regulations and secure long-term success for your business:

  • Comply with reporting & record keeping obligations under new and existing legislation
  • Understand and evaluate the data you already possess to make informed decisions
  • Proactively redesign products and processes to align with evolving regulations
  • Plan for the future, incorporating all PFAS substances into your considerations to track
  • Optimize resource allocation and improve operational efficiency through streamlined compliance processes
  • Mitigate legal risks, supply chain disruptions and potential penalties associated with non-compliance
  • Reduce complexity and costs associated with PFAS compliance reporting and record keeping requirements

Experience Acquis's PFAS Compliance Solutions

Book a demo or contact our sales team to discover how Acquis Compliance software and services can simplify your journey toward compliance while safeguarding your business.

PFAS Compliance FAQs

What are PFAS substances and why are they restricted?

PFAS substances, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, are man-made chemicals known for their resistance to heat, water, and oil. They have been widely used in various products. However, due to their persistence in the environment and potential health risks, regulatory restrictions have been put in place to limit their production, use, and release. These restrictions aim to protect public health and the environment by promoting safer alternatives and minimizing the potential adverse effects of PFAS substances.

Which regulations are currently restricting or expected to restrict PFAS substances?

There are several regulations that are currently restricting or expected to restrict PFAS substances. Some of the prominent ones include:

  • EU REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals)
  • POPs (Persistent Organic Pollutants): The Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants
  • California's Proposition 65
  • TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act): The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been taking steps to regulate PFAS under the TSCA, including designating certain PFAS as hazardous substances.
  • State-level regulations: Several U.S. states, such as Maine, Minnesota, Washington, New York, and New Jersey, have implemented or proposed regulations to restrict the use and presence of PFAS in various products and applications.

It's important to stay updated with the latest regulations as they evolve, as new restrictions and requirements may be introduced in different regions to address the concerns associated with PFAS substances.

How can Acquis Compliance Solutions help my business comply with PFAS regulations?

Acquis Compliance Solutions streamline the tracking and monitoring of PFAS substances. We provide automated data collection, real-time analytics, Substance of Concern alerts, and a centralized repository for documentation and audit trails. Acquis helps you stay ahead of regulatory changes and ensure timely and accurate compliance.

How is the restriction of PFAS substances expected to disrupt the supply chain?

PFAS restrictions are expected to disrupt the supply chain by requiring manufacturers to reformulate products, source alternative materials, comply with testing and documentation, and address market access challenges. Meeting these restrictions may pose sourcing difficulties, impact supplier relationships, and require proactive compliance measures to avoid disruptions.

What are the potential health risks associated with PFAS exposure?

PFAS exposure has been linked to various health concerns, including developmental issues, liver damage, immune system dysfunction, and an increased risk of certain cancers.

Which industries are most affected by PFAS regulations?

PFAS regulations impact a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, textiles, firefighting, aerospace, electronics, and food packaging. Compliance is crucial for companies involved in the production or use of products containing PFAS.

Are there specific reporting requirements for PFAS substances?

Yes, various regulatory frameworks require reporting on PFAS substances. Companies may need to disclose PFAS usage, concentrations, and supply chain information to regulatory authorities, customers, and other stakeholders to demonstrate compliance and transparency.

What are the potential financial and legal consequences of non-compliance with PFAS regulations?

Non-compliance with PFAS regulations can result in significant financial penalties, legal actions, and reputational damage. By partnering with Acquis Compliance Solutions and implementing effective compliance measures, you can mitigate these risks and safeguard your business.