Why to Test Pollution & Environment?

Countries across the globe each have their own unique air quality monitoring regulations to characterize the local air pollution. The goal of this air quality monitoring is to protect humans and the environment from harmful air pollution.

Environmental testing can identify and quantify compounds and pollutants in the air, water and soil. Alternatively, environmental testing can verify that a product or piece of equipment will perform as expected once it is out in the world.

Air Pollution

Soil Sludge

  1. Solid Waste
  2. Hazardous waste
  3. Soil
  4. Scale
  5. Sludge

Tested Parameters

  1. pH value
  2. Electrical Conductivity
  3. Moisture/ Water Content
  4. Loss on Ignition
  5. Chloride
  6. Ammoniacal nitrogen
  7. Total Nitrogen
  8. Calcium
  9. Magnesium
  10. Sodium as Na
  11. Potassium as K
  12. Sodium absorption ratio in Soil Extract

Waste Water

  1. Industrial & Domestic Raw Effluent
  2. Treated Effluent
  3. waste water
  4. Raw & Treated Sewage water
  5. R.O. Reject Water
  6. Boiler Blow Down Water
  7. Cooling Tower Water