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Analytical chemistry laboratory needed for Glassware Inhibitory residue test -on powdered hand wash laboratory glassware detergent. test needs to be performed according to the procedure described in ?Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 18th Ed, Sec. 9020 Glassware inhibitory residue test.?.
Georgia laboratory needed for organic waste stream testinf for relative volumes and BOD of the following organic constituents in a supplied sample of organic waste stream? Celluloses, Starches, Triglycerides, Free Fatty Acids, Volatile Fatty Acids, Saccharides, Proteins, Amino Acids.
EnvironmentalLaboratory needed for OECD Testing of Sewage Treatment Water to OECD 303 for zinc phytate Simulation Test - Aerobic Sewage Treatment A: Activated Sludge Units; B: Biofilms (TSG requirement) This Test Guideline describes two simulations tests used in the aerobic sewage treatment. Simulation test (aerobic sewage treatment) - activated sludge units, ISO Standard 11733, OECD 303 A, EC C.10
EPA Environmental laboratory needed for bench-scale testing of a client?s wastewater treatment procedure. Client runs a metals finishing operation where they apply a chromate conversion coating to aluminum. Their wastewater is high in hexavalent chromium which they are able to remove by reducing it to Cr(III) and precipitating it as a hydroxide. Their current procedure seems to work well for this purpose. Recently they have been having some issues with high total cyanide results in their treated effluent, I suspect that the cyanide is coming from their chromating solution which contains potassium ferricyanide as an accelerant. Based on what I have read, the ferri- and ferrocyanide complexes can be difficult to treat since they are very soluble and are not amenable to chlorination. I did find some promising literature that suggests t
Canada laboratory needed to test our waste carts to ANSI specification Z245.30 - 2008 and Z245.60 - 2008. I can provide the documents for the measurements and tests required however they are quite lengthy. External measurement compliance Safety test Drop test Wind tunnel test Force to tip test