Environmental Laboratory

Analysing Contaminated Soil On-site with Portable XRF

May 19 2006

Author: Bill Radosevich on behalf of Thermo Electron

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Rapid, accurate, on site determination of lead, arsenic and other heavy metal levels in soil is a powerful tool in efforts to rebuild and revitalise abandoned and under-utilised industrial properties. Government initiatives to encourage assessment, clean-up and re-use of brownfields are increasing demand for these often otherwise desirable locations, and obviously, the owners of these contaminated sites are eager to return them to commercial use.

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