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pesticide in food services

  • Multi-residue Pesticides Analysis

    Concern over pesticides residues in our food supply continues to be a concern for consumers and government agencies both here at home and around the world. Pacific Agricultural Laboratory has been serving clients with high quality legally defensible analytical data since 1996. Demand for multi-residue pesticides analysis for growers and processors ...

    By Pacific Agricultural Laboratories based in Sherwood, OREGON (USA).

  • 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

  • Micropollutants in Water

    The increasing use of substances such as drugs and additives in food and industrial products, cosmetics and pesticides is couasing more pollution in bodies of water (groundwater and surface water alike) from which drinking water is produced.

    By WESSLING Holding GmbH & Co. KG based in Altenberge, GERMANY. from Environment & Resources Service line

  • Analytical Chemistry Services

    Smithers Viscient offers a wide range of analytical services using sophisticated analytical instrumentation. We have the expertise, personnel and equipment to provide clients with assistance in analytical method development in support of environmental toxicology studies, biotechnology, manufacturing support, compliant sample analysis, polymer ...

    By Smithers Viscient, formerly Smithers Springborn based in Wareham, MASSACHUSETTS (USA). from Chemistry Services Service line

  • Environmental impact of pesticides · consultants

    The environmental impact of pesticides is often greater than what is intended by those who use them. Over 98% of sprayed insecticides and 95% of herbicides reach a destination other than their target species, including nontarget species, air, water, bottom sediments, and food. Pesticide contaminates land and water when it escapes from production ...

    By Canarina Environmental Software based in Canary Islands, SPAIN.

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