Wed. May 18th, 2022

Famed as a supplier of varieties of analytical reagents, Alfa Chemistry never let its customers down and always put customers’ concerns and needs in the first place. Hence, the company recently introduces environmental standards, which is a step to further diversify its offering of chromatography standards and also in response to the increasing needs for environmental analysis.

As our living environment is increasingly threatened by pollutions, more amount of environmental testing are required by regulatory agencies to insure public safety. Chromatographic methods have excellent performance in separation and versatility, and are widely used in environmental protection for residue analysis in air, ground and surface waters, sewage, sludge, soil matrices and the like.

“Fully aware of the fact that environmental quality issues are complicated, challenging and ever expanding, we offer a comprehensive portfolio of certified reference materials and standards for scientists in academia and private testing laboratories. Also, we provide efficient, cost-effective, and compliant solutions for individual customers who may have the same environment testing demands,” says the Marketing Chief of Alfa Chemistry.

The environmental standards provided by Alfa Chemistry have advantages like high purity and stable quality, and COA will be delivered to clients together with the products they purchased. 

The newly added environmental standards by Alfa Chemistry can be classified into the following sub-types:

ECHA SVHC

4-tert-Amylphenol is one of the substances of very high concern (SVHC) as pointed out by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA).

Flame Retardants Standards

Flame retardants are difficult to degrade in the natural environment, and thus cause pollution to the ecological environment. In order to quickly detect pollutants in the environment, flame retardant analysis standards are often used as reference materials for rapid qualitative and quantitative analysis.

Pesticides & Metabolites Standards

Pesticides and their residual metabolites may contaminate the soil and water and bring many other harms. Therefore, pesticide and metabolite analytical standards are produced to serve many purposes, such as environmental test, aurface residue measurement of fruits and vegetables as well as research and development of pesticides.

Volatiles/Semivolatiles Analytical Standards

Volatiles and semivolatiles are an important source of toxic and harmful organic components in the fine particles of the atmosphere. The determination of the volatile/semi-volatile content requires the use of standards for qualitative and quantitative analysis, either for air quality testing or for water quality testing.

Waste Water Analytical Standards

Waste water analysis standards are important reference materials for analyzing the composition and content of pollutants in waste water.

As always, Alfa Chemistry is at the forefront of technical innovation, strictly follows the regulatory compliance, and strives to provide the best quality reagents and standards for customers worldwide. Visit https://reagents.alfa-chemistry.com/products/environmental-standards-639.html to learn more.

About Alfa Chemistry

Alfa Chemistry provides a wide range of reliable, precise and fast analytical testing services for clients across the globe who have testing needs for their materials and products. With experience and expertise, the company is fully aware of the challenges facing analytical testing today, and as an innovator, it constantly optimize its product lines to maximize its role in the science community.

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Company Name
Alfa Chemistry
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Tylor Keller
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NY
Country
United States
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https://reagents.alfa-chemistry.com/

By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.

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