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  • What are Regional Screening Levels (RSL) and why are they used?

    What are Regional Screening Levels (RSL) and why are they used?

    The Regional Screening Levels (RSL) can be described as risk-based concentrations derived from standardized equations combining exposure information assumptions with EPA toxicity data (United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2020).Why are SLs used?The EPA Regional Screening Levels (RSL) are used for site screening and as initial cleanup goals. In site screening, the most c

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  • IPP&T Features TOC analyzer

    IPP&T Features TOC analyzer

    Those responsible for managing wastewater run-off treatment from commercial or private airports, aerospace industry facilities, military bases and chemical processing plants will want to learn more about how the advanced Total Organic Carbon (TOC) ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Ultrapure Water System
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    Ultrapure Water System

    Produce Ultrapure Water directly from your drinking water supply: A system with a very compact integrated tank which can be fixed on the bench or wall mounting to be installed wherever ultra pure water is needed. Available as a tap or pretreated feed system to meet all lab needs The DI version produce water from the dispenser with a quality of 0.055 µS/cm, equivalent to18.2 MΩ-cm, and ...

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  • Tools to Build Utility Source Water Protection Programs - Webinar
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    Tools to Build Utility Source Water Protection Programs - Webinar

    This webinar will familiarize attendees with the Source Water Protection Justification Toolkit, which is designed to help utilities implement or expand their source water protection (SWP) activities. Learn how to communicate the benefits of an SWP program. It can be difficult to articulate the importance of having an SWP program and how it will benefit a utility. This toolkit will outline some of ...