New Hampshire Department of Environment Services (NHDES) made changes in 2018 and 2019 to stakeholder use of sample analytical methods for determination of Per- & Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in finished drinking water samples and other sample matrices. These changes are discussed below...
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Highlights from the NYSDEC Part 375 Remedial Program Document
In an effort to assist you with your project schedules during the upcoming holiday season, please note that our laboratory will be closed and will not be accepting samples on the following dates:
With the large variety of scenarios to consider before embarking on your sampling event, we have created this educational video to help you understand the steps that Alpha takes to support field sampling.
During Covid-19, some practitioners have had less time in the field. Many have been focussed on education and certification. Alpha has been rising to the occasion by conducting live webinars and creating educational videos that serve as a quality resource for practitioners at any stage in their...
Alpha Analytical now offers PFAS analysis of drinking water by EPA METHOD 533: DETERMINATION OF PER- AND POLYFLUOROALKYL SUBSTANCES IN DRINKING WATER BY ISOTOPE DILUTION ANION EXCHANGE SOLID PHASE EXTRACTION AND LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY.
As we all navigate the new normal of the Coronavirus, Alpha Analytical has quickly responded to the requirements set by the CDC to modify our work environment for the safety of both our employees and our customers.
Elizabeth Denly of TRC, Alpha Vice President Jim Occhialini, and three other authors, teamed up to write a paper, published in 2019 for Remediation Journal that explores the transfer of PFAS in the field during sampling events.