Metals Testing

Metals testing is a useful measure of contaminants in our environment. We routinely test for metals in soil and metals in various types of water (wastewater, groundwater, storm water and drinking water). We test for high concentrations of contaminants by Inductively Coupled Argon Plasma (ICP) using SW846 6010B and EPA 200.7 or the Inductively Coupled Argon Plasma Mass Spectrometer using methods SW846 6020A and EPA 200.8

Teklab, Inc is a NELAC Accredited Environmental Testing Laboratory that provides testing for metal constituents as required by various regulatory authorities. A listing of our testing methods is shown below.

Metals MDL and PQL lists (Please note: lists and limits may change)

Soils and Solids by ICP / Soils and Solids by ICPMS
Oils by ICP / Oils by ICPMS
Shakes by ICP (ASTM D3987) / Shakes by ICPMS (ASTM D3987)
SPLP by ICP / SPLP by ICPMS
TCLP by ICP / TCLP by ICPMS
Waters by ICP / Waters by ICPMS
Wipes by ICP
High Level Mercury in Soils and Solids
High Level Mercury in Waters
Low Level Mercury in Water
Drinking Water by ICP / Drinking Water by ICPMS

We recommend that you use a NELAP accredited Environmental Testing Laboratory whether your application requires it or not..

 

 

 


 


Low level Mercury Page

Inorganic Testing Page

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