ALS Environmental

At ALS Environmental, we provide a full range of environmental analytical testing services, specializing in the analysis of soil, sediment, water, leachates, dust, air, industrial hygiene, and radiochemistry. Analytical laboratory testing services for these matrices includes routine, trace and ultra-trace level organics (volatile and semi volatile, herbicides, pesticides, PCBs and disinfection byproducts), metals and nutrients, inorganic non-metallics, microbiological, biological, toxicological parameters, particle sizing and radio nuclides. In addition to the routine services, we have expertise in many specialty testing areas. Contact your laboratory, or see the services offered in your geographical region for more information.

Company details

10450 Stancliff Road, Suite 210 , Houston , Texas 77099 USA

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Business Type:
Laboratory
Industry Type:
Monitoring and Testing - Analytical Services
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1975
Employees:
Over 1000
Turnover:
$100,000,000 US - $1,000,000,000 US

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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As one of the world’s largest and most diversified testing services providers, ALS has sites strategically located around the world to provide accurate and timely services. We have operations in more than 350 locations, in 55 countries, and on six continents. We have teams of experts around the world available to provide specialised business solutions that align with client needs. Major hub facilities are located in Australia, Asia, North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

 

ALS Limited’s (formerly Campbell Brothers Limited) major business today is its international testing services business. In that business, we are focused on delivering superior services through four main divisions: Minerals (Geochemistry, Metallurgy, Mine Site and Inspection); Life Sciences (Environmental, Food & Pharmaceutical, Animal Health and Electronics); Energy (Coal and Oil & Gas); and Industrial (Asset Care and Tribology); and offering a broad range of technical services to our clients that is unrivalled.

 

ALS is the global benchmark for quality and integrity, and we have built our reputation on quality, client service, innovation, and technical excellence. Our commitment to systemisation and standardisation allows our people to focus on what is important.

 

We measure success by the satisfaction of our clients. We are committed to providing a level of service that provides our clients with the confidence to make timely, accurate and informed decisions. As our company continues to develop and grow, so do our systems that make it increasingly easier to partner with ALS and receive data and reports that not only meet but exceed client expectations.

Environmental analytical testing services, specializing in:

Soil and sediment

Water

  • Raw
  • Wastewater
  • Drinking water
  • Catchment
  • Recycled water
  • Saline

Leachates

Air

  • Indoor
  • Stack
  • Ambient

Gas

Biota

Industrial hygiene

Radiochemistry


Analytical laboratory testing services for these matrices includes:


Routine, Trace and ultra-trace level

Organics

  • Volatiles
  • Semi volatiles
  • Herbicides
  • Pesticides
  • PCBs
  • Disinfection byproducts

Metals and nutrients

Inorganic non-metallics

Microbiological

Biological

Toxicological parameters

Particle sizing

Radio nuclides


Data derived from ALS Environmental laboratories is typically used in the following applications:

  • Environmental baseline and compliance monitoring programs
  • Site assessment and remediation
  • Sediment assessment for dredging
  • Drinking, catchment, recycled and desalination water monitoring
  • Occupational / industrial hygiene
  • Waste characterization
  • Other disciplines requiring a sophisticated analytical approach
  • Analytical methods are based on well-established, internationally-recognized procedures such as those published by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and the American Public Health Association (APHA), as well as local country standards. Research and Development teams throughout the division are challenged to deliver on specific methodologies, which may be unique to specific client applications.