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Join the experts as they discuss the current water sample results submitted to Eurofins Eaton Analytical and how they apply to the U.S. EPA’s public release of data in compliance with EPA’s Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule 3 (UCMR 3). The results for the organic contaminants included in UCMR 3 and the following methods will be discussed: EPA 539 (hormones), EPA 524.3 (purgeable organic compounds), EPA 522 (1,4-Dioxane), and EPA 537 (perfluorinated alkyl acids). This session will cover key method aspects, recent results, and implications for possible drinking water regulations.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Essential EPA method aspects for UCMR 3 organic contaminants.
  • Historical perspective on each contaminant—are these old or new problems?
    The latest in the results to date and what this might mean for future water regulations.
Who should Attend:

  • Drinking water treatment plant operators, water quality managers, and lab managers responsible for compliance monitoring.
  • Lab operators wanting to learn the key aspects of EPA methods 539 (hormones), 524.3 (purgeable organic compounds), 522 (1,4-Dioxane), and 537 (perfluorinated alkyl acids)
  • Scientists interested in environmental analysis
  • Lab managers who are considering performing this analysis

    Speakers:

    Richard F. Jack

    NA Environmental Market Manager
    Thermo Fisher Scientific

    Dr. Andy Eaton
    Vice President and Technical Director
    Eurofins Eaton Analytical Inc.

Recorded Live on March 19, 2014
NOW AVAILABLE ON-DEMAND!


Join the experts as they discuss the current water sample results submitted to Eurofins Eaton Analytical and how they apply to the U.S. EPA’s public release of data in compliance with EPA’s Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule 3 (UCMR 3). The results for the inorganic contaminants included the disinfection byproduct chlorate, along with the metals hexavalent chromium and total chromium, vanadium, molybdenum, cobalt, and strontium. These analytes involve EPA 300.1, 218.7, and 200.8, respectively. This session will involve key method aspects, recent results, and implications for possible drinking water regulations.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Essential EPA method aspects for UCMR 3 inorganic contaminants.
  • Historical perspective on each contaminant—are these old or new problems?
  • The latest in the results to date and what this might mean for future water regulations.
Who should Attend:

  • Drinking water treatment plant operators, water quality managers, and lab managers responsible for compliance monitoring.
  • Lab operators wanting to learn the key aspects of EPA methods 300.1, 218.7, and 200.8.
  • Scientists interested in environmental analysis
  • Lab managers who are considering performing this analysis

Speakers:

Richard F. Jack

NA Environmental Market Manager
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Dr. Andy Eaton
Vice President and Technical Director
Eurofins Eaton Analytical Inc.
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