Hazardous Material Testing

1. Air Sampling – Analysis and Evaluation

To determine airborne constituents of concern, sampling and analysis is available for all potential parameters. Air testing can include detection and/or identification and quantification of specified parameters of concern such as particles, fibers, gases, vapors, aerosols, mists, dusts, fumes, toxins, allergens, irritants, chemicals, infectious agents, flow, temperature, humidity, dew point, etc.

 

2. Water Sampling – Analysis and Evaluation

To determine the constituents of concern in water (pools, ponds, lakes, marine, benthic, potable, sewerage, runoff, stream, river, tank, monitoring well, groundwater, or other specified environments), sampling and analysis is available for potential parameters. Analysis includes detection and/or identification and quantification of all particles, fibers, chemicals, toxins, allergens, irritants, infectious agents, temperature, flow, concentration gradient, turbidity, pH, BOD/COD, etc.

 

3. Soil Sampling – Analysis and Evaluation

To determine the constituents of concern in soil, sampling and analysis is available for potential parameters. Analysis includes detection and/or identification and quantification of particles, fibers, chemicals, toxins, allergens, irritants, infectious agents, grain, permeability, concentration gradient, pH, etc.

 

4. Materials Sampling – Analysis and Evaluation

To evaluate hazardous material in a parameter, CTSI can conduct materials sampling, analysis and evaluation. Evaluations can include health and safety, or structural parameters. Material sampling can be performed on i as asbestos, lead, concrete, steel, glass, cement, wood, plastic and soil. The evaluation can determine the type and/or composition of the material, as well as its properties (strength, flame resistance, freeze/thaw resistance , ect.). ASTM, as well as EPA, or other compliance determinations can be made.