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BAL Continues to Expand Selenium Speciation Capabilities

Efficient selenium treatment and understanding ecological risks associated with the contaminant requires detailed molecular information to make educated decisions. As with any element, the molecular form of selenium, or chemical species, dictates how the element will interact with the environment and respective organisms.  To support the increasing demands of the marketplace, Brooks Applied Labs continues to expand the suite of selenium species our proprietary methods can quantitate. Two organic selenium species, dimethylselenoxide and methaneselenonic acid, have been added to our capabilities to allow our clients to…

Did You Miss BAL’s Presentation at Mine Water Solutions 2018?

Mine Water Solutions 2018Last week, Brooks Applied Labs presented at the Mine Water Solutions conference in Vancouver on the role of speciation analysis for treatability and to ensure compliance with aquatic life criteria for selenium. You can view our presentation here or feel free to contact us to discuss how speciation analysis can help ensure the success of your project!

Welcoming a New Addition to the BAL Family

Calvin T RobertsJoin all of us at Brooks Applied Labs in congratulating Abby Rudd,  Advanced Chemist, on the birth of her new baby boy, Calvin. Delivered on Tuesday, May 15th, Calvin weighed in at a healthy 6 lbs and 4 oz. and was soon home with his two furry feline siblings. Both parents are in good spirits and looking forward to all the rest and calm that comes with bringing a newborn home. All of us here at BAL wish nothing less than merriment…

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