EPA Method TO-15 Sampling and Analysis: Fitting Your Needs

When it comes to the sampling and analysis of VOCs in the air and contaminated soils/water table, EPA Compendium Method TO-15 is the most used analytical method in the United States.

EPA Method TO-15 Sampling and Analysis: Fitting Your Needs2023-01-12T12:06:08-05:00

Monitoring PFAS Impact Using Adsorbable Organic Fluorine by Combustion Ion Chromatography

Since the USEPA’s October 2021 announcement of their PFAS Strategic Roadmap, there has been an almost constant stream of news, information and developments on PFAS, including the methods used to identify, measure and quantify these compounds.

Monitoring PFAS Impact Using Adsorbable Organic Fluorine by Combustion Ion Chromatography2022-06-13T13:00:56-04:00

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and EPA Method 5035

Sampling for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) has always been a delicate and precarious process, regardless of the matrix in question.

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and EPA Method 50352022-03-23T14:42:39-04:00

Simple Tips to Help Conserve and Protect our Drinking Water

As environmental threats continue to rise and new concerns are brought to light, drinking water conservation and protection is one at the very top of the list, but yet probably the most difficult to achieve.

Simple Tips to Help Conserve and Protect our Drinking Water2022-01-25T14:06:34-05:00

Case Study of PFAS in Wastewater Influent and Effluent

The presence of Per & Polyfluorinated Alkyl Substances (PFAS) in influent/effluent wastewater samples is of growing concern. Read our case study in The Georgia Operator.

Case Study of PFAS in Wastewater Influent and Effluent2022-01-25T11:11:19-05:00

Environmental Site Assessments 101

An Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) evaluates property conditions concerning contamination and environmentally hazardous materials.

Environmental Site Assessments 1012022-01-10T23:22:37-05:00

Impacts of General WDR Updates to Region 2 Landfills in San Francisco

The potential aggregate effect to aquatic lifeforms from all pollutants confined within a facility’s wastewater is tested by means of Whole Effluent Toxicity; it is part of the implementation of the Clean Water Act to monitor the discharge for toxic contaminants.

Impacts of General WDR Updates to Region 2 Landfills in San Francisco2022-01-10T22:48:25-05:00
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