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Acute toxicity testing services for Monitoring and Testing

  • Waste Handling Service

    CODE employs experienced field chemists and T&D coordinators who identify, segregate, package, label and stage waste (soil, sediment, liquid, drummed, lab pack, high hazard) for shipment to an extensive network of permitted disposal facilities. Long-term contracts with leading T&D providers allows us to provide competitive pricing, ...

    By Code Environmental Services, Inc. based in Carteret, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Biological Effect Profiling Services

    BDS offers an extensive panel of CALUX reporter assays that allow for identification of more than 30 distinct biological effects that can be evoked by a wide range of compound classes and mixtures. These effects are related to adverse health effects such as endocrine disruption, acute stress, genotoxicity, carcinogenicity, ...

    By BioDetection Systems b.v. based in Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS.

  • Toxicity Testing Services

    Pollutech's toxicity testing services provides critical biological knowledge to keep your environmental liabilities in check through biological evaluation of water, sediment, soil and chemicals.Pollutech's expertise will help you make sound decisions that expand opportunities and limit risk, offering the essential experience necessary to ...

    By Pollutech Group of Companies Inc. based in Oakville, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Laboratory Analyses Assistance Services

    We have a first analysis laboratory. In addition, we only use the competence of laboratories officially recognized by international bodies, provided with the most up to date equipment and highly qualified personnel.

    By Biological Care s.r.l. based in Quarto Inferiore, ITALY.

  • Toxicity Testing Services

    Since our inception in 1988, Marinco Bioassay Laboratory, Inc. has grown into one of the largest toxicity testing laboratories in the Southeast and an industry leader. Our success assures you that we have the skills, equipment, experience, and capacity to successfully and proficiently complete your tests.

    By Marinco Bioassay Laboratory, Inc. (MBL) based in Sarasota, FLORIDA (USA).

  • C&L Notification Services

    Ensure Classification & Labelling Notification requirements under the European CLP Regulation are met.

    By Verisk 3E based in Carlsbad, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Regulatory Consulting Services Service line

  • Registration Services

    MIO always perceive registration support as crucial work all the time and endeavor to support overseas registration with GLP data for major products. Competent specialists with profound knowledge of chemistry, pesticide science and agronomy. Familiar with regulatory affairs of object markets. Above 120 GLP reports available currently which include ...

    By Shanghai MIO Chemical Co., Ltd. based in Shanghai, CHINA.

  • Acute Toxicity Studies

    Oral Exposure is the most likely route of exposure of free ranging birds to pesticides and other xenobiotics, as birds may ingest chemicals or contaminated food items as they forage. Determining the oral toxicity of prospective compounds on representative species for which a substantial toxicity database exists is a preferred means of determining ...

    By Smithers Viscient, formerly Smithers Springborn based in Wareham, MASSACHUSETTS (USA). from Avian Toxicology Services Service line

  • Air Permitting Services

    Sullivan Environmental Consulting, INC. routinely performs dispersion modeling to support permit applications, e.g., Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permits, state air permits, and modeling to support Title V.

    By Sullivan Environmental based in Alexandria, VIRGINIA (USA). from Air Modeling Services Service line

  • Aquatic Freshwater Tests

    Fish, Acute (rainbow trout, fathead minnow, bluegill, etc. ). Fish, Prolonged Toxicity Test (14-day or 28-day static renewal). Fish, Extended Early Life Stage (Salmonid embryo larval). Fish, Juvenile Growth (28-day). Fish, Larval Survival and Growth. Fish Bioconcentratlon. Invertebrate, Acute (Daphnia magna, Ceriodaphnia dubia, etc.). ...

    By AquaTox Testing & Consulting Inc. based in Guelph, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Other Tests Service line

  • Soil Toxicity Testing Service

    Contaminated soils have come under increased focus for regulators; soils contain a record of the environmental history of an area and can pose a primary environmental risk. Soil toxicity tests are used to provide an accurate and reliable evaluation of the combined toxicity of chemical substances that are bioavailable in the soil. Our toxicology ...

    By Nautilus Environmental based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Consulting & Testing Services Service line

  • Inhalation Toxicology

    When you’re looking for the latest in inhalation techniques for your pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, chemical, crop protection, food additive or animal health compound, look to WIL Research. We can assist you with a complete spectrum of inhalation testing capabilities. The range and quality of our inhalation capabilities are optimized ...

    By WIL Research based in Hertogenbosch, NETHERLANDS. from Toxicology Services Service line

  • Environmental Fate Services

    An extensive range of studies to help assess the fate of a chemical in the environment. Assessing the degradation and accumulation potential of products plays an important role in measuring their ability to persist in and damage the environment. The degradation of a test material by micro-organisms or by physico-chemical means can be measured. ...

    By Chemex Environmental International Ltd based in Cottenham, UNITED KINGDOM. from Ecotoxicology Services Service line

  • Dredged Material Assessment Services

    Aqua Survey collects proposed dredged material, processes the sediment samples, and preserves them for analyses. Our scientists regularly perform geotechnical, chemical and biological analyses in support of water quality and disposal alternatives studies. Aqua Survey will help clients prepare a sampling and analysis plan to submit for regulatory ...

    By Aqua Survey, Inc. based in Flemington, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Toxicity Laboratory Service line

  • Share this itemPesticide Inferential Card (Local Label)

    Issuing the Inferential Card (Local Label ) of the ministry to be used by companies for importing and circulation of pesticides within the Country.

    By Ministry of Environment & Water (UAE) based in UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.

  • Ecotoxicology - Ecotoxicology Screening

    Ecotoxicity, screening for acute and chronic toxicity, metabolism and metabolite profiling: microorganisms, terrestrial macrophytes, aquatic macrophytes and microalgae, aquatic invertebrates (crustaceans, annelids, molluscs and insects), aquatic vertebrates (fish and amphibians)Fate and metabolism of substances and contaminants (distribution, ...

    By Rovaltain Research Company based in Alixan, FRANCE.

  • SARA Title III - Tier II Reporting Environmental Compliance Services

    Superfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III, administered by the EPA.  Also called the Emergency Planning & Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA), this law requires facilities with chemically-oriented products to report its site-specific chemicals and vital emergency response data to various federal, state, county, and ...

    By Vanguard Environmental, Inc. based in Broken Arrow, OKLAHOMA (USA).

  • Laboratory Services

    Grove Scientific & Engineering Company (GSE) has been a leader in the area of toxicity testing since 1987. We have conducted thousands of aquatic toxicity tests on a multitude of vertebrate and invertebrate species as required by water quality permits. Our laboratory is headed by a PhD zoologist with many years of world-wide experience in ...

    By Grove Scientific & Engineering Company based in Orlando, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Aquatic Toxicology

    Aquatic toxicity tests are frequently used in the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permits Program to identify acutely and chronically toxic effluents and receiving waters. At the Great Lakes Environmental Center (GLEC) we have the experienced staff, equipment, and the resources necessary to conduct effective effluent ...

    By Great Lakes Environmental Center (GLEC) based in Traverse City,, MICHIGAN (USA).

  • Hazard Identification and Modeling

    Trinity has performed hundreds of health effects impact studies for actual and potential releases of hazardous air pollutants. These studies have included emissions estimations, acute toxicity evaluations for comparison to threshold limit value-based concentration limits, cancer risk assessment modeling using the GEMS database, and ambient ...

    By Trinity Consultants based in Dallas, TEXAS (USA). from Hazard Identification and Modeling Service line

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