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Arsenic Testing services

  • Arsenic Speciation (As)

    The experience of Brooks Applied Labs comes into play when arsenic speciation in difficult matrices is to be determined. We have developed a variety of different arsenic testing methods that utilize different chromatographic separation modes. These methods allow us to provide the lowest detection limits to our clients for their toughest samples. ...

    By Brooks Applied Labs based in Bothell, WASHINGTON (USA). from Trace Elements Speciation Service line

  • Arsenic Treatment

    Arsenic is a semi-metal element in the periodic table. It is odorless and tasteless. It enters drinking water supplies from natural deposits in the earth or from agricultural and industrial practices.

    By US Water Consultants, Inc. based in Windham, NEW HAMPSHIRE (USA).

  • Occupational Exposure to Metal Dust and Fumes

    LCS Laboratory Inc., offers air sampling equipment, free media, and laboratory services in collection and analysis of airborne metal dust. Most metals that are used by industry are toxic and therefore regulated. Such metals like Chromium, Copper, Cobalt, Nickel, and Titanium are common allergens. As an example, result some people have allergic ...

    By Laboratory Connection Services (LCS) based in London, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Air Testing Service line

  • Arsenic (As) for Trace Elements Analysis

    Arsenic is naturally-occurring throughout the environment and also widely used as a preservative for treated wood and as a pesticide in fields where we grow our food. Because of its chemical nature, it is frequently bioavailable and easily absorbed. Accurate and precise measurements of this classified human carcinogen are critical for managing our ...

    By Brooks Applied Labs based in Bothell, WASHINGTON (USA). from Trace Elements Analysis Service line

  • Arsenic In Well Water

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency sets a Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for contaminants in public drinking water. The MCL is the maximum concentration that is allowed for public water supplies. For arsenic, the MCL is 10 ug/L (which is the same as 0.01 mg/L). While the EPA does not regulate private well water quality, home owners ...

    By Air & Water Quality, Inc. based in Freeport, MAINE (USA). from Household Water Treatment and Purification Service line

  • Metal & Alloys Testing Services

    Advance Inspection & Testing Lab is one of the most technically advanced engineering laboratories in India. AITL offers a comprehensive range of mechanical/metallurgical testing services in India; Chemical Testing of metals, alloys, steel & Stainless steel by Spectrometer and by Wet Analysis. Wet Analysis for Ferrous and Non-Ferrous ...

    By ADVANCE INSPECTION & TESTING LAB based in New Delhi, INDIA. from Testing Services Service line

  • Testing Services

    Your local, authorized Water-Right dealer has the ability to offer their customers a detailed report on the quality of their water through Water-Right’s state-certified, independent water laboratory. Through our network of authorized distributors and dealers, Clean Water Testing offers customers several levels of to choose from. Whether ...

    By Water-Right, Inc. based in Appleton, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Arsenic Decontamination, Lead Removal Contractor: Abatement & Remediation Services

    Arsenic decontamination, lead paint & coating abatement, heavy metals dust - safe work plans. safety first. Fully compliant with epa certification section 402 toxic substance control act - certified by canadian nuclear safety commision for non-destructive testing Protecting workers and the environment is a top priority at Enviro-Vac. On site ...

    By Enviro-Vac Corp. based in BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA). from Abatement Services Service line

  • Laboratory Testing and Analyses of Foods and Foodstuffs

    PPB Analytical’s Food Chemistry Testing ranges from vitamins, minerals, additives, proteins, sugars, fats, flavours, and colours. Food contaminants have been found to produce serious health risks to the public. Securing the food supply is paramount to the public. Some typical tests that PPB.

    By PPB Analytical Inc. based in Markham (Greater Toronto Area), ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Bare Bones Treatability Testing Service

    Sometimes simple is all you need. Bare Bones treatability tests are simplified versions of PRIMA’s traditional treatability tests. Each Bare Bones test is designed to address a very specific question at a much lower cost than a more detailed study. Bare Bones tests are ideal for situations in which you need a yes/no answer or confirmation of ...

    By PRIMA Environmental, Inc. based in El Dorado Hills, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Testing in High-Rise & Large Commercial Buildings Services

    Headquarters located in the New York City (NYC) Metropolitan area since 1978.  We have provided Indoor Air Quality to high-rise building owners and tenants since 1984 in Manhattan and the other boroughs of New York City (NYC), New York (NY).  Our offices in Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas, Los Angeles and Boston have further added to our ...

    By Atlantic Environmental, Inc. based in Dover, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Indoor Air Quality Service line

  • Hazardous Material Abatement

    At Tri-Phase, our services include the remediation and abatement of all types of hazardous materials including asbestos, mould, lead, PCBs, mercury, arsenic and guano.  We secure all required permits and develop site-specific health, safety and work plans.

    By Tri-Phase Group (TPG) based in Mississauga, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Coagulation/Filtration Services

    Coagulation/filtration is a process that removes contaminants from water by precipitation. Aluminum salts and ferric (iron) salts are the two most commonly used coagulants in the water treatment industry. These salts work by hydrolyzing to form aluminum hydroxide and iron hydroxide particulates, which can then be effectively filtered out of the ...

    By Filtronics, Incorporated based in Anaheim, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Processes Service line

  • Secondary Effects of Treatment Service

    PRIMA routinely evaluates potential secondary effects of in situ remediation technologies.  The most common secondary effects of concern are oxidation of naturally occurring soil chromium to Cr(VI) during ISCO or mobilization of arsenic upon addition of a electron donor to stimulate anaerobic bioremediation.  The magnitude, duration and ...

    By PRIMA Environmental, Inc. based in El Dorado Hills, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Chemical Oxidation

    Chemical oxidation is a powerful technology which rapidly treats a variety of contaminants. At Cedar Creek Engineering, we have used chemical oxidation since 2001 to treat organic compounds, including petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents, as well as inorganic contaminants, such as arsenic. We provide field services for both in-situ and ...

    By Cedar Creek Engineering, Inc. based in Winchester, KENTUCKY (USA).

  • Analytical Packages - drinking water near gas well drilling

    CWM Environmental recommends the following pre-drill analytical packages to ensure safe and adequate drinking water near gas well drilling activities: Tier 1 – Includes testing for the basic parameters that are likely to change if gas drilling affects groundwater. These

    By CWM Laboratories based in Kittanning, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Metal Treatment Chemistries Service

    Ursus has the expertise to test a variety of proprietary and non-proprietary technologies to stabilize heavy metals, and treat co-mingled metal and organic wastes.

    By Ursus Remediation Testing & Technologies, LLC based in Mount Horeb,, WISCONSIN (USA). from Heavy Metal Treatment Studies Service line

  • Polymers, Plastics, Paints & Coatings

    LA Testing, the leader in providing cutting edge laboratory services and products, has been busy analyzing paints and coatings to find scientific answers to clients’ difficult questions.  LA Testing routinely tests materials for everything from purity of pigments and identification of paint type after application to matching paint in ...

    By LA Testing based in South Pasadena, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Operation Water Drop (OWD)

    Elementary teachers can demonstrate eight scientific tests on their own community drinking water: Alkalinity, Ammonia, Colour, Residual Chlorine, Copper, pH, Sulphate and Total Hardness. The students learn the basic need for testing their water to avoid health concerns and how bugs can grow in their water. Elementary teachers can compare the ...

    By Safe Drinking Water Foundation (SDWF) based in Saskatoon, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA). from Education - School Programs Service line

  • Water Services

    Drinking water quality is a major concern to most people. Those who have wells are encouraged to test their water every six months for bacteria content and every two years for chemicals and heavy metals. Water quality should also be tested if there are changes in the environment that could affect the water quality, such as storms, erosion, nearby ...

    By Sampletech.ca Environmental Testing Services based in Dartmouth, NOVA SCOTIA (CANADA).

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