Our commitment is to help ensure a clean and safe environment, now and well into the future. Not only do we understand the complexities of environmental analysis, we’ve developed innovative tools for identifying and quantitating both regulated and emerging contaminants in the environment.
Discover how our cutting-edge technologies help overcome your daily analytical challenges, and improve productivity while ensuring accurate and reliable results. Explore our key resources and solutions for the following topics:
Solutions for the analysis of contaminants that can be found in various water samples, including:
Products to conduct trace metal contaminant analysis in drinking water, wastewater, solid waste, soils or compost, including:
Comprehensive solutions for organic contaminant analysis—compounds routinely monitored in water, soil, air and biota. Classes of organic contaminants include pesticides, gasoline range organics (GRO), PAHs, PCBs, POPs, nitrosamines, BTEX and PFCs.
Tools for screening and quantifying contaminants using Thermo Scientific™ Orbitrap™ mass spec technologies. Though many contaminants are known and regulated, other contaminants can be unknown and unregulated. These emerging contaminants include:
Protecting the environment by assessing the impact of human activities on air, soil, water, and biota using innovative Thermo Fisher Scientific products and analytical solutions.
Thermo Fisher Scientific is committed to enhancing the quality of our global water resources. As innovation leaders in ion and liquid chromatography, our analytical instruments are used by governments and industry to provide solutions for environmental water testing for a wide range of regulated and emerging inorganic elements and organic compounds. Please complete this form to receive your free copy of this Environmental Ion Chromatography application note compendium.
Protecting the future while saving the bottom line: it's a balancing act for environmental labs everywhere.We understand the complexities of environmental analysis and the need to balance instrument output with cost. Review the information below to find out how we can help.