Oil-In-Water Testing services in New Jersey

  • iATL - Water and Other Aqueous Samples

    The analysis of Water and Other Aqueous samples for asbestos content continues to mature. This growth is evidenced by recent method developments by EPA. Investigations of asbestos in drinking water are conducted when water supply pipes are disturbed or replaced. Municipal utilities serving certain populations are required to test this analyte. ...

    By International Asbestos Testing Laboratories (iATL) based in Mt. Laurel, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Asbestos Testing Service line

  • Legionella Testing

    Outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease receive significant media attention especially when a large number of people become ill or die. In contrast to highly publicized outbreaks, single infections with Legionella bacteria often go unnoticed. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), between 8,000 and 18,000 people are ...

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Legionella Water Testing Service line

  • Membrane Filtration Standard

    Analysis of waters and other matrices using the membrane filter methodology described in The Standard Methods for the Examination of Waters and Wastewaters 20th edition sections: 9222B, 9222D, 9222, 9230C, 9215D, 9213E, and 9213B.

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Iron Bacteria-P/A

    Direct microscopic examination of bulk and water samples for the presence or absence of iron bacteria.

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • MPN-Clostridium Perfringens

    Quantification of Clostridium perfringens using the Most Probable Number (MPN) method. The method is applicable to a wide range of matrices, including soils, waters, sewage, biosolids, bulks, and surfaces. Method references are the Standard Methods for the Examination of Waters and Wastewaters, and the FDA Bacteriological Analytical Methods (BAM).

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • MPN-Salmonella

    Quantification of Salmonella species using the Most Probable Number (MPN) method. The method is applicable to a wide range of matrices, including soils, waters, sewage, biosolids, bulks, and surfaces. Method references are the Standard Methods for the Examination of Waters and Wastewaters, and the FDA Bacteriological Analytical Methods (BAM).

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Escherchia Coli

    Escherchia coli O157:H7 is a strain of the bacterium E. coli. In recent years this strain has been linked to deaths due to the ingestion of improperly cooked foods, especially ground beef. This organism has also been found in raw milk, sausage, roast beef, non-chlorinated water, apple cider, vegetables, salads & mayonnaise.

    By Pure Earth Environmental Laboratory, Inc. based in Pennsauken, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Food Testing Division Service line

  • Bacteria Surface Culture 3-Genus ID

    Analysis of culturable bacteria on surfaces, waters, and bulks. The service includes identification, to the genus level, of the three prevalent colony types found on the culture to assist in interpretation of data.

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • MPN-Sulfate Reducing Bacteria

    Multiple Tube Fermentation (MTF) analysis of liquids and solids for the presence and enumeration of Sulfate Reducing Bacteria. Sulfate Reducing Bacteria can be found in many waters and are responsible for indirect anaerobic corrosion of iron under the proper conditions.

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • MPN-Standard Bacteria

    Quantification of bacterial parameters using the Most Probable Number (MPN) method. The method is applicable to a wide range of matrices, including soils, waters, sewage, biosolids, bulks, and surfaces. Method references are the Standard Methods for the Examination of Waters and Wastewaters, and the FDA Bacteriological Analytical Methods (BAM). ...

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Heterotrophic Plate Count

    A procedure for estimating the live heterotrophic bacteria in water, and other materials. The heterotrophic plate count gives an estimate of the bacterial load on or in a water/material.

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Hydrocarbon Degrading Bacteria

    Analysis of water, waste water, and soil samples for culturable bacteria that have the ability to catalyze the degradation of hydrocarbons found in the environment. Selective media specific for detecting hydrocarbon degrading bacteria is used to evaluate the ability of microorganisms to decompose hydrocarbons.

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Bacteria Surface Culture 5-Genus ID

    Analysis of culturable bacteria on surfaces, waters, and bulks. The service includes identification, to the genus level, of the five prevalent colony types found on the culture to assist in interpretation of data.

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Fecal Coliform,Total Coliform, E. coli-P/A

    In this qualitative analysis, environmental samples such as swabs, water, dust, etc. are grown in culture with metabolic indicators to detect the presence/absence of coliforms. If coliforms are presence, the culture is further analyzed to detect E. coli and fecal coliforms. Fecal coliforms are distinguished by their ability to grow at increased ...

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Legionella Pneumophila Culture

    Legionella testing and analysis is performed on waters (cooling tower, public supply, etc.) by culturing, using a variety of methods depending on the sample collection source. Legionella samples are plated onto differential and selective agars for quantitative analysis. Legionella testing by non-viable methods can lead to cross reactions of the ...

    By EMLab P&K Office in Marlton, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Bacteria Testing: Surface Samples Service line

  • Tank Hydrostatic Testing Services

    ProAct Services provides storage tank hydrostatic test support services. These services include tank filling, tank monitoring, roof monitoring, leak checking, plumb measurements, tank empting and water treatment. ProAct has performed storage hydrostatic testing in various locations throughout the US.

    By ProAct Services Corporation Office in Bordentown, NEW JERSEY (USA). from On-Site Water Treatment Services Service line

  • Legionella Testing and Evaluation

    The Environmental Health and Safety divisions of more and more facilities are requiring a proper testing program for Legionella testing and evaluation for their cooling tower systems. Since cooling towers are open systems to the environment, it is easy for bacteria to be pulled into the systems. Since the cooling water is usually warm, especially ...

    By JNB Laboratories based in Pennington, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Industrial Water Treatment Consulting Service line

  • Measureable Test Parameters Services

    Sea State (wave height, length, and period), Tow Speed, Meteorological data, Water temperature and salinity, Volume of oil encountered and recovered, Oil-water ratios, Oil viscosities, Oil Behavior.

    By OHMSETT based in Leonardo, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Testing Services

    Unlike field testing, researchers using Ohmsett's facilities are able to control test conditions. Our large test tank enables can accommodate full-size equipment. Therefore, testing at Ohmsett produces more accurate and reliable results while avoiding the need for scale models. And, unlike tests that use popcorn, oranges, or other biodegradable ...

    By OHMSETT based in Leonardo, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Water Testing Panel

    Water samples are analyzed in accordance with NELAC standards. Here the organisms of interest are Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Total Coliform, Mycobacterium, Aspergillus sp., and Heterotrophic Plate Count.

    By Pure Earth Environmental Laboratory, Inc. based in Pennsauken, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Health Care Division Service line

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