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Services We Offer by Method Group

Services We Offer by Method Group

PFAS - Including PFOA and PFOS

Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) including PFOS and PFOA have C-F bonds are the shortest and strongest bonds in nature and tend to resist environmental degradation processes.

Treatability and Aquatic Toxicology

Eurofins TestAmerica Corvallis offers a Treatability Research Laboratory as well as a Aquatic Toxicology (Bioassay) Laboratory to our clients.

Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework [LEAF] Leaching Procedures

LEAF procedures are four new leaching tests (SW-846 Method 1313, 1314, 1315 and 1316) which are the next generation of US EPA leaching methods.

Radiochemistry and Mixed Waste

Eurofins TestAmerica offers a wide range of chemistry and radiochemistry methods to assist clients in the management of Radionuclides and mixed waste.

Petroleum Hydrocarbons

Sources of petroleum hydrocarbons in the environment can arise from leaking underground storage tanks and spills of gasoline, diesel fuel and aviation fuels.

Metals

Metals are naturally occurring elements and are present at different levels in environmental matrices.  As the concentration of metals increases, so does the potential for harmful effects on the surrounding environment. 

Ultra Trace Level Organics

Some organic chemicals are resistant to degradation and may bioaccumulate in the environment.  Specialty methods have been developed to quantify these compounds at ultra trace levels.

Volatiles

Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a class of chemical compounds that easily evaporate from liquid or solid form into the air at room temperature.  

Semi-Volatiles

Semivolatile Organic Compounds (SVOCs) are similar to VOC compounds in that they can vaporize from liquid or solid forms.  

Pesticides, PCBs and Other Organics

Eurofins TestAmerica offers testing for organochlorine and organophosphorus pesticides, PCBs and other organic constituents.

Wet Chemistry

These classical chemistry tests utilize a variety of analytical techniques such as titration and colorimetric procedures to quantify the levels of elements and compounds in a sample.