Articles & Whitepapers
Wastewater, also referred to as sewage, includes water from household or building use (such as toilets, showers, and sinks) that can contain human faecal waste, as well as water from non-household sources (such as rain and industrial use) which for this reason contain organic and inorganic substances that can damage health and the environment. These types of water, after their use, cannot ...
Default Guidelines Values (DGVs) are developed according to risk assessment principles by using data derived from laboratory tests in clean water. The species sensitivity distribution (SSD) method is ...
Developing social action programs and mechanisms to guarantee universal access to water within a sustainability framework is part of the challenges set by several of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In the case of Aqualia, ...
Equipment & Solutions
For critical applications involving nucleotides such as RNA and DNA, use nuclease-free HyClone Molecular Biology-Grade Water, containing no DEPC or other carcinogenic chemicals.