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Recommended attendees include laboratory and quality managers in asbestos, industrial hygiene and environmental testing laboratories.
UCT offers a complete line of solid phase extraction and bulk products designed specifically for environmental testing laboratories.
Most environmental testing laboratories have access to general methods like graphite furnace AA or ICP-MS, so the demand for a specialized instrument just for arsenic testing is weak.
Smithers operates analytical, physical and environmental testing laboratories in Akron and a tire and wheel testing facility in Ravenna.
Accutest Corporation, the third largest operator of environmental testing laboratories in the United States, has announced the acquisition of Southern Petroleum Laboratories, Inc.
Paradise, through its wholly-owned operating subsidiary Environmental Testing Laboratories, Inc.
According to Environmental Laboratory Washington Report (ELWR), the top 20 US environmental testing laboratories account for $700 million in revenue annually.
These products are widely used in research and quality control laboratories, microelectronics, environmental testing laboratories and universities, and for manufacturing in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and other industrial markets.