Thermo Fisher Scientific
Updated regulatory requirements for routine semivolatile organic compound (SVOC) monitoring can lay the foundation for updating workflows and allow labs to realize the advantage of investing in new technology and its effects on productivity. Learn how your lab can stay up to date with regulatory requirements and use new technology to improve productivity and lower analysis costs per sample.
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This manuscript discusses the evolution of regulatory requirements for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) focusing on recently proposed updates and some of the typical challenges experienced in VOC analysis.
The ebook contains the two executive summaries for VOC and SVOC analysis from regulations to strategies and workflows. The end of the ebook features the interview with Dr. Shen-yi Yang, RCRA Organic Methods Program Manager and RCRA Methods Team Lead with the US EPA. The interview focuses on the SW-846 method changes for sampling and analyzing solid waste over time as new information, analytical technologies, and data are developed and made available.
Patty Schultz-Benker, Senior Trace Organics Analysis, PDC Laboratories
Patricia Schultz-Benker is a senior mass spectroscopist at PDC laboratories in Peoria, Illinois. She has an MS in Environmental Sciences from Bradley University and a total of 33 years of experience in all phases of environmental organic analyses, specializing in GC-MS.
Dwain Cardona, Environmental Vertical Marketing Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Dwain Cardona is currently the Environmental Vertical Marketing Manager specializing in GC and GC-MS technology for Thermo Fisher Scientific. Dwain has 10 years of experience as an analytical chemist in chromatography and mass spectrometry. He possesses a B.S. in Biology from Texas State University.
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