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Stewart Reynolds, Principal Residues Analyst, Fera
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Principal Residues Analyst, Stewart Reynolds provides an overview of the analysis and training performed at The Food and Environment Research Agency IFSTL (International Food Safety Training Laboratory)  facility in York, UK.

Waters Corporation is the driving force behind the creation of the International Food Safety Training Facility Laboratory. 

The Fera IFSTL is the only such facility in Europe located near York, UK. Waters have helped with the construction and fit out of the facility, providing analytical systems and offering guidance in designing training programs. 

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