Environmental & Analytical Chemistry Details

Monitoring of Environmental Pollutants in Water, Soil, Sediment and Biota.

Assessment of environmental pollutants is the key component of any BEA and EIA studies which is carried out through analysis of different nutrients and contaminants. These components include trace metals, nitrate, nitrite, sulfide, cyanide, ammonia, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, petroleum hydrocarbons, BTEX, polycyclic biphenyls, chlorinated hydrocarbons, phenols, oil and grease but not limited to, in ground water, wastewater, seawater, soil, sediment and biota matrices. The Center of Environment and Water utilizes state-of-the-art instruments in the assessment and monitoring of these contaminants by following APHA and EPA standards.