metal water sampler News

  • New approaches to measuring metal concentrations in water in Europe

    EU Member States are required to monitor concentrations of metals in surface water in order to comply with regulations laid out under the Water Framework Directive. Current sampling methods may produce uncertain estimates of pollutant levels. A new study provides evidence that combining different sampling techniques can produce more reliable estimates. In 2006, the European Commission issued a ...

  • Modern Water’s trace metal monitor used for Fukushima disaster clean-up in Japan

    Modern Water plc (AIM:MWG), the owner of leading water technologies for the production of fresh water and monitoring of water quality, has recently sold its portable trace metal monitor, the PDV6000ultra, for a decontamination project in Fukushima, Japan. Kyoto and Osaka Sangyo universities have been jointly working on the project. The university project uses a new innovative decontamination ...

  • MTI opens Asian Environmental Market

    Heavy metal monitoring specialists MTI diagnostics (UK), has added to its growing network of accredited distributors by agreeing contractual terms with four specialist distributors in South East Asia. Traditionally MTI’s biggest market place, this recruitment further strengthens the company’s presence in this strategically important region. Representing Malaysia and Brunei, IPSH (Industrial, ...

  • Analytical Services Successfully Complete UKAS audit for Operator Self Monitoring Sampling Regime

    Following a recent audit conducted for the Operator Self Monitoring (OSM) procedures by the accreditation body United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS), Severn Trent Services are pleased to announce that we have retained our UKAS 17025:2005 and MCERTS accreditation for our sampling team. The UKAS audit was the third phase of a four-year rolling cycle and continues to demonstrate the ...


  • WWEM 2014 – better, bigger, busier

    Running over 2 days in early November, WWEM 2014 was an outstanding success, with sustained growth in every event since the first WWEM in 2005. “In comparison with the last WWEM in 2012, visitor numbers were up by 15% and even though the size of the exhibition was increased by 12% we were still unable to accommodate several potential exhibitors,” reports organiser Marcus Pattison. ...

  • It’s show time!

    With several new attractions, WWEM 2014, the international Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring conference and exhibition, will be bigger and busier than ever before. The five previous WWEM events, which stretch back to 2005, have included conferences addressing testing and monitoring themes within the Process and Laboratory sectors, in addition to an international exhibition and scores ...

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