ALS Environmental is pleased to announce that following revalidation our reporting limit for Monohydric Phenol, method WAS019, will be lowered to 0.10mg/l.
Monohydric Phenol refers to a group of phenolic compounds that include phenol, the three methylphenol isomers (cresols) and the six dimethylphenol isomers (xylenols). These compounds are the major source of phenolic pollution in rivers and streams. It is undesirable to... Read more »
The way landfill tax on waste is calculated has changed with affect from 1st April 2015. HMRC have introduced a ‘Loss on Ignition’ (LOI) testing regime. The aim of HMRC is, ‘helping prevent misdescription of waste fines for... Read more »