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PFAS Chemicals

What You Should Know About PFAS Chemicals In Your Water – Explained in 90 Seconds

PFAS testing is becoming increasingly important as public bodies around the world are researching more into the effects of these chemicals. PFAS chemicals are present in the bloodstream of nearly every human on the planet. They are omnipresent because they are used in a variety of products such as non-stick pans, furniture, waterproof coats, makeup …

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Southern Scientific's guide to PFAS Samplinge to PFA

Southern Scientific’s Ultimate Guide to PFAS Sampling in 8 Easy Steps

https://youtu.be/7BMxXHrSPS8 At Southern Scientific, we’ve our reconfigured our drinking water sampling procedure to comply with the best available guidelines on PFAS sampling. As the compound PFAS can be found in everyday household items such as cookware and clothing, contamination when sampling is a high risk. In this video, we will outline the steps to taking, …

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How to take a drinking water sample at home

Taking A Drinking Water Sample in Your Home? You Should Know These 6 Steps

  In this Blog, our Field Technician, Danny O’Leary, is going to guide you through the process of taking a drinking water sample at your home. What do you need to take a Drinking Water Sample? The Standard Drinking Water test kit you’ve received with your order will include everything you need to take a …

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Northern Ireland Soil Testing Requirements

Northern Ireland farmers will soon be required to carry out soil testing on their land prior to using chemical phosphorus-rich manures and phosphorus fertilisers. This requirement will take effect from 1 January 2020 under the Nutrient Action Programme 2019-2022. Farmers receiving the Basic Payment Scheme must comply with soil testing requirements. Regular soil testing is …

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Cation Exchange Capacity: The Forgotten Test of Irish Soil Analysis

The Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) of a soil is an intrinsic property of the soil. It determines the soils ability to move nutrients from the soil particles to the soil solution where it is readily available for plant uptake. Knowing your soil’s CEC is invaluable when determining your soils fertiliser requirements. Nonetheless, in recent years …

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