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06/10/2015 Important Dates for DMR-QA Study 35

At the beginning of each year, the US EPA notifies NPDES permit holders of their requirement to participate in the annual Discharge Monitoring Report -...

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06/09/2015 Properly Completing Your Chain of Custody

A chain of custody is an important legal document that testifies to a sample's validity. Properly filled out chain of custodies should include: sample ID,...

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03/17/2015 Alloway Scores 99.5% on Water Pollution Study

As evidence of Alloway's commitment to defensible data, we are proud to share that Alloway’s Lima facility recently received a score of 99.5% on the WP...

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EPA Releases Health Advisories for Algal Toxins in Drinking Water

As summer comes into full bloom and water temperatures rise, the potential for harmful algal blooms also rises. Drinking water sources throughout the United States face the threat from this environmental challenge. In fact, the United States Environmental Protection Agency estimates that “between 30 and 48 million people use drinking water from lakes and reservoirs that may be vulnerable to algal toxin contamination.” (EPA Issues Health Advisories to Protect Americans from Algal Toxins...

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