Laboratory analysis

It is now generally accepted that chemical and other substances in the environment are a health hazard. Skilled staff in our chemical and technical labs use state of the art equipment for routine analysis and more specific examination.
These services are sufficient to deal with all environment-related constituents.

Laboratory analysis uses instruments and techniques such as:

  • AAS (atomic absorption spectroscopy)
  • ICP (inductively coupled plasma)
  • Ion chromatography
  • Gas chromatography
  • HPLC (high performance liquid chromatography)
  • Photometers

Toxic substances in trace amounts are now coming under public scrutiny. Concerns over health risks have generally grown and led to demands for stricter control on the input of specific substances into the environment.
The roots of such hazards are not easy to find, as dioxins and furans were never industrially produced for a particular purpose. It is therefore vital to determine their sources.
Here again, efficient and successful analysis is possible with a wealth of know-how and field experience and, not least, highly sensitive measuring equipment.