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Sample Temperatures Study

“Samples should be sealed and transported to the laboratory as soon as practicable, using suitable cooling aids (preferably ice bricks or in a refrigerated container) to ensure samples start cooling as soon as possible, and they should be stored in a refrigerator (≤6°C) until analysis.”

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Envirolab Wins 2015 Betty Award - Asbestos Awareness Campaigner

After participating for the first time last November in the national Asbestos Awareness Month and hosting Blue Lamington Drive morning teas in our Perth and Sydney laboratories as part of raising funds for the cause, Envirolab Group is proud to announce that we are recipients of the national 2015 ‘Betty Awards” for the category, ‘Business or Corporate’.

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The Lab at a Glance: In Situ Chemical Oxidation

In situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) is a process used to treat different contaminants, primarily chlorinated solvents and petroleum hydrocarbons on site. However, all oxidisable Organics can also be targeted.

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Per Fluorinated Alkylated Substances (PFAS)

PFAS (e.g. PFOA/PFOS) are an emerging class of contaminants in Australia. Although manufacturing was phased out in 2002, the persistence of PFAS in the environment has become a significant concern in recent years as more research has become available to regulators. In 2016, Envirolab Group has commenced testing for PFAS.

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Emerging Scientists From 1st Lindfield Scouts Learn about Environment Testing

By visiting Envirolab Sydney, local scouts group gained insight into how a lab works, equipment involved in environment testing and how to conduct a hands-on investigation.

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Indoor Air Quality Testing Results in Australia

Many recent air quality testing results have shown a connection between poor air quality and the development of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Australian researchers concluded that poor indoor air quality made COPD worse and, in some cases, led to death. A study published in the British Medical Journal compared residents living in the cities of Hobart and Launceston. Researchers found that if they reduced the burning of wood and other organic material the number of COPD deaths were reduced.

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