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Water Analysis – News and Features

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Chemware Partners with American Water to Further Enhance Laboratory Processes

Central Laboratory facility and remote utility labs will employ a complete LIMS solution for supporting and automating laboratory tasks and processes.
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Locus Awarded Contract to Manage LANL Environmental Information and Data

Contract is worth up to $2 million from 2011 through an additional four option years.
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AbTech Industries Announces Next Stage of Testing for Nuclear Wastewater Treatment

Smart Sponge® technology to help address nuclear facility wastewater cleanup including hydrocarbon removal in process water, hydrocarbon removal in decommissioning wastewater and PCB filtration at nuclear facilities.
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Roses get celery gene to help fight disease

Scientists try to extend the "vase life" of rose by inserting a gene from celery to help fight off botrytis, or petal blight, one of the rose's major post-harvest diseases.
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H2O Innovation and 3M Purification Partner to Provide Mobile Water Treatment Unit for Project HOPE in Haiti

H2O Innovation also provides update on first year of sales representation agreement with 3M Purification.
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ACWA Comments on EPA Plan to Investigate Delta Water Quality

Clean Water Act effort must help, not hinder processes already under way.
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Thermo Scientific to Launch Major New Innovative Informatics Offerings at PITTCON 2011

The company will showcase its new informatics offerings at PITTCON® 2011, being held from March 13-18 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
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Thermo Fisher Scientific to Launch Major New Innovative Informatics Offerings at PITTCON 2011

Thermo Scientific showcases its new informatics offerings at PITTCON® 2011, being held from March 13-18 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
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Risk of Human Exposure to Arsenic and Other Toxic Elements from Geophagy: Trace Element Analysis of Baked Clay Using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry

An article published in Environmental Health details how researchers at De Montfort University, Leicester and the British Geological Survey have utilised inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry to perform the first study to monitor Arsenic levels in baked clay.
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ACWA Presents 2010 Theodore Roosevelt Awards

The Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) has presented the Water Replenishment District of Southern California, Padre Dam Municipal Water District and the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California with the 2010 Theodore Roosevelt Environmental Award during ACWA's Fall Conference & Exhibition in Indian Wells.
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