On the Road Again: SETAC & IWC
The International Water Conference (IWC) is the world’s premier conference for understanding and dealing with the technical and business challenges of industrial water treatment, presenting the latest in scientific advances and practical applications at its 5-day conference held in Orlando November 12-16, 2017. On November 13th, BAL’s Jamie Fox will be moderating the discussion portion of the session Advances in On-Line Monitoring Methods for Boiler Water and FGD Wastewater. BAL has extensive experience and expertise in resolving complex wastewater interferences to ensure accurate quantification and speciation of trace metals in this matrix. To learn more, visit our Industrial Wastewater page on our website.
The theme of this year’s SETAC North America Annual Meeting, Toward a Superior Future: Advancing Science for a Sustainable Environment, aligns well with BAL’s vision statement. Following our tradition of presenting good science at national and international conferences, BAL staff will be presenting two posters at this conference held November 12-16 in Minneapolis: Elizabeth Madonick will present Arsenic Speciation in Soils and Sediments: How Data Quality Objectives Determine Most Appropriate Method Selection, and Brian Smith will present Method Comparison for Bioaccessible Lead and Arsenic in Soils. Contact us any time after November 13th if you would like to receive a PDF copy of these posters.