pseudomonas detection News

  • Bacteria Detected in Hand Soap Causes Recall in Canada

    According to CBC News, Avmor Ltd. of Laval, Quebec has issued a voluntary recall of one lot of their Antimicrobial Foaming Hand Soap after testing conducted by Health Canada detected the bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The Drug Identification Number for the infected product is 02319144, and the lot number is F121392032. Approximately 1,020 one-liter containers are included in this ...

    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • 13C-enriched PCE Study to Evaluate the CL-Out Aerobic Cometabolic Pathway

    CL Solutions partnered with Microbial Insights Laboratory of Rockford, Tennessee to evaluate the cometabolic pathway that CL-Out utilizes to completely degrade PCE. Field applications have demonstrated the effectiveness of CL-Out®, but laboratory investigations have lagged behind our field progress. Other researchers have demonstrated an aerobic pathway for PCE and TCE utilized by pseudomonas ...

    By CL Solutions, LLC

  • Water Park Agrees to $1.3 Million Settlement Following Outbreak

    Last month, it was announced in the media that a large water park in New York had agreed to settle a class action lawsuit following an outbreak of illnesses in 2008.  Reports indicate that the company that owns the water park agreed to a $1.3 million settlement with attorneys representing hundreds of people that claimed to have gotten sick. People involved in the outbreak ...

    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

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