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Unprecedented growing rates of global human population and urban development make tremendous stress on local, regional, and global air and water quality. A necessity to a better understanding of the factors that mediate the interactions between urbanization and variations of environmental quality exists environmental analysis uses analytical chemistry and other techniques to monitor and study levels of pollutants in specific settings, commonly categorized in three classes, i.e the water, the soil, and the atmosphere. 

The solutions provided by our testing laboratories allow your organization to continuously analyze and monitor your environment, whether it’s to comply with local and international regulations, ensure green process or reduce waste and pollution; with all aiming at maintaining a sustainable environment in the future.

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Measurement types

Particle size distribution

Particle size analysis in the range 0.01-3500 microns. For nanoparticle analysis see dedicated section.


Morphological analysis of particles in the range 0.5-10000 microns (size, shape and transparency of particles). Integrated Raman chemical analysis with MDRS (Morphologically Directed Raman Spectroscopy).

Nanoparticle characterization

Size, concentration and zeta potential anlysis of nano-systems using light scattering techniques such as DLS, ELS and NTA techniques.

Rheology, Viscosity and Powder Flowability

Viscosity measurement and visco-elastic properties characterization of liquid dispersions, complex fluids and semi-solid materials.

Elemental analysis

XRF provides both qualitative and quantitative information on a wide variety of sample types. It can quantify elements from beryllium (Be) up to americium (Am) in concentrations from 100% down to sub-ppm level.

Polymer characterization

Gel permeation chromatography (GPC) that separates analytes on the basis of size, typically in organic solvents. The technique is often used for the analysis of polymers.