These labs at the W.A. Callegari Environmental Center offer analytical services to research, public and private clientele. The labs perform more than 50 analytical procedures from simple to the most sophisticated determination of chemicals in water, solid and semi-solid materials
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The following methods and analyses are available at the W. A. Callegari Environmnetal Center Water Quality Laboratory.
This document provides a detailed description of the sampling, sample preservation and shipping procedures required to ensure the highest quality sample analyses by the W. A. Callegari Environmental Center Water Quality Laboratory.
The Chain of Custody form is required to accompany regulatory samples from EPA- and LDEQ-funded projects. All other samples must be accompanied by a Sample Analysis Request Form. Please review the Water Sample Management and Collection Guide in the "Additional Information" link for necessary sampling and shipping guidance. If you have further questions, contact the Callegari Environmental Center Laboratory.
Copper is a common, malleable metal that occurs in natural deposits as ores containing other elements, soil, water, sediment, and air. It is used to make products such as coins, electrical wiring, and water pipes for household plumbing
The W. A. Callegari Environmental Center Water Quality and Organic Degradation Research and Analytical Laboratories (ODRAL) are another progression in our commitment to providing excellence in service and support for our growing numbers of clientele by providing the highest quality analytical testing and interpretation of results for a wide variety of materials.
The W. A. Callegari Environmental Center Water Quality Lab currently provides the following pricing schedule for clientele.