Metals Detection Limits Webinar now available on demand.
Jul 13 2021
With the rise of industrial products and processes, we have seen a dramatic increase in the amount of electronic waste in our landfills over the last few decades. This has created a significant upsurge in hazardous leachates and heavy metals accumulation in our environment, ecosystem, and food chain.
Heavy metals are not naturally bio-transformed, so they continue to persist in our surroundings. Several safety and regulatory limits have been established to monitor and manage their presence in soil, water, food, and feed; and testing is used to substantiate environmental safety.
If you work in environmental testing, or utilise these services, you are aware of the challenges faced when conducting metals testing in environmental samples. Subpar and inconsistent processing can often lead to confusion, frustration, and delays to your important projects.
Environmental Express®, an Antylia Scientific company, has established a range of inventive solutions for clean and safe metals digestion. You can automate parts of your workflow, save time, and obtain accurate metals detection data by incorporating these tools into your workflow.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Reduce contamination to obtain clean and precise results
- Improve sample preparation methodologies to remain compatible with advancements in ICP-MS technologies
- Stay competitive in the environmental testing market by achieving lower detection limits
Nassima Galloway – EMEA Sales Lead
Nassima holds a BSc in Biochemistry from the University of Manchester. She began her career working with Phenomenex and gained a lot of knowledge in HPLC/GC analytical chemistry. From then she worked with Antylia Scientific for 6 years and worked very closely with environmental testing laboratories in the UK and EMEA.
Michael Bechtold – Global Product Manager
Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of South Carolina. He began his career in the environmental field as a chemist for a reference standard manufacturer in Charleston, South Carolina. He worked as a lab technician, quality control analyst, and production manager in the lab for 6 years. Michael then joined Environmental Express where he currently works as a global product manager.
David Smith – Technical Director
David holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from the University of South Carolina. He worked in a commercial environmental lab in Columbia, South Carolina, for 8 years. He has been with Environmental Express for the last 9 years. His primary roles include helping others with proper utilisation of their equipment, method training, and working with product development. He has volunteered with the Standard Methods Committee since 2008.
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