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Brooks Applied Labs’ premise for environmental investigations identifies that marginal data quality and “accepted” methodologies can only provide a rudimentary representation of projected contaminant impacts on flora and fauna. True risk assessment and site interpretation necessitates qualitative and quantitative identification of the specific contaminants of interest accompanied by characterization of the contaminants’ environment.

Analytical and professional services offered by Brooks Applied Labs (BAL) can support all phases of contaminant investigations associated with trace metals. From regulatory compliance monitoring to bench scale treatability studies, BAL scientists can support all of your analytical needs. We continually invest in some of the most advanced technologies available to the scientific community to stay one step ahead of any issues that can impact your project.

Our advanced analytical services set us apart from other routine environmental labs, to help you meet your goals for even the most challenging environmental testing projects.

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Environment News

Brooks Applied Labs is on the Road Again…

BAL’s Jamie Fox will be speaking at this year’s DoD Environmental Monitoring & Data Quality (EMDQ) Workshop, which will take place May 13 – 16 in Orlando. Jamie will present “An Overview of Sequential Extraction Methods to assess Bioavailability and Mobility of...

In Case You Missed It

Team Brooks Applied Labs has been incredibly busy the past several weeks, with conference presentations locally, nationally, and internationally! Dr. Nausheen Sadiq presented on the analysis of iodine isotopes in kelp samples on February 13th at the European Winter...

BAL is On the Road Again…

BAL’s methods are predominantly based on ICP-MS technology so it should surprise no one that the Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry is one of the highlights of our year. This year’s conference takes place February 3-8 in Pau, France, and Dr. Nausheen Sadiq...

Bioavailability of Mercury in Power Plant Wastewater

Standard regulatory practices limit the total concentration of toxic metals, such as mercury, when discharged from industrial sources, ignoring the importance of speciation and bioavailability. This can result in dischargers spending more on wastewater treatment than...