Per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are man-made chemicals that have become a major environmental concern. They can be found in a broad range of products including food packaging, stain- and water-repellent fabrics, nonstick products, makeup, fire-fighting foams, and electronics. These chemicals do not break down easily in the environment, can bioaccumulate, and some can lead to adverse health effects. We are working on a system to screen for these chemicals using proton-induced gamma-ray emission (PIGE) in the Union College Ion-Beam Analysis Laboratory. Samples are bombarded in air with 1.8-MeV protons from the external beam facility on our 1.1-MV Pelletron tandem accelerator. The emitted gamma-rays are detected with a high-purity Ge detector. Currently, samples are screened for the presence of PFAS chemicals within 3-5 minutes by looking for the characteristic fluorine gamma-rays at energies of 110 and 197 keV. Furthermore, we have begun the development of a standards-based method to measure the concentration of fluorine in soil, water, and paper samples. We will describe our system and present preliminary results.