tclp analysis News

  • TCLP analytical services available from IATL

    1311 Method for Lead in Bulk Material Available at IATL. IATL analyzes solid waste (TCLP for lead) in construction debris thru NJDEP’s Annual Certified Parameter List. Our new (2007) state-of-the-art facilities offer over 12,000 square feet of administrative and laboratory space dedicated to customer service and analytical quality. We routinely analyze 1,000-2,000 lead samples each week with the ...

  • SPEX CertiPrep Organic Reference Standards for GC and GC/MS

    SPEX CertiPrep, the leading manufacturer of Inorganic Certified Reference Materials is pleased to announce the addition of Organic Reference Standards to our extensive product line. We currently offer standards to be used with EPA methods 524.2, 624, 8240, 8260, 625, 8270, 8082, 608, CLP, TCLP, UST, Pesticide Standards & kits for GC and GC/MS. All of the ampulized standards are sold at 1.2 mL ...


    By SPEX SamplePrep

  • Expect Mold Problems Throughout Flooded Northeast Properties

      EMSL Testing Lab Offers Solutions for Testing Mold, Bacteria, Asbestos, Sewage Contamination, Chemicals and Contaminated Drinking Water. Over the past few days, the Northeast part of the United States has been facing flooding issues caused by hurricane Irene.  The Northeast already had flash flooding a little over a week ago that brought rising water tables to many areas.  The ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • EMSL Receives Accreditation to Test Metals and Pesticides from North Dakota

    EMSL Analytical is proud to announce that the North Dakota State Department of Health has granted our request for official certification for the analysis of metals and pesticides, including TCLP, using the SW-846 method in the State of North Dakota. (Cert # R-208) This accreditation is reciprocal with our State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection certification for ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Corrugating Facility Wastewater Optimization a Great Success

    Integrated Engineers, Inc. modified a corrugating facility in Southern California that required a design build solution to improve their existing wastewater treatment process. Their previous treatment process involved using Sodium Hydroxide to raise the pH, coagulant in the form of aluminum chloride, and an anionic polyacrylamide polymer. This company would blend polymer daily with water to ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

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