1. Waste Water and Drinking Water Monitoring

Following type of analytical tests are being carried out in the laboratory

1. Physical 2. Inorganics general and non metallic 3. Inorganic (Trace metals) 4. Organics (General)
5. Trace Organics 6. Microbiological 7. Toxicity 8. Hazardous waste
9. Soil, sludge, sediment 10. Hazardous waste Characterization 11. Ambient air 12. Source emission
13. Air Toxics 14. Hazardous Air Pollutants 15. Volatile Organic Carbon 16. Noise measurement
17. Meteorological
A) Physical Tests :
1. Conductivity 2. Colour 3. pH 4. Fixed & volatile solids
5. Total solids 6. Total dissolved solids 7. Total suspended solids 8. Turbidity
9. Temperature 10. Velocity & discharge Measurement of industrial effluent stream 11. Flocculation test (Jar test) 12. Salinity
13. Settleable solids 14. Sludge volume index (SVI)
17. Meteorological
B) Inorganic :
(i) General & Non-metallic
1. Acidity 2. Alkalinity 3. Ammonical nitrogen 4. Chloride
5. Chlorine residual 6. Dissolved oxygen 7. Fluoride 8. Total hardness
9. Total kjehldal nitrogen (TKN) 10. Nitrite nitrogen 11. Nitrate nitrogen 12. Phosphate
13. Sulphate 14. Bromide 15. Carbon dioxide 16. Iodine
17. Sulphite 18. Silica 19. Cyanide 20. Sulphide
Parameters
1. Boron (B) 2. Cadmium (Cd) 3. Calcium (Ca) 4. Chromium (Cr) Total
5. Chromium (Cr) Hexavalent 6. Copper (Cu) 7. Iron (Fe) 8. Lead (Pb)
9. Magnesium (Mg) 10. Mercury (Hg) 11. Nickel (Ni) 12. Potassium (K)
13. Sodium (Na) 14. Sodium absorption ratio (SAR) 15. Zinc (Zn) 16. Arsenic (As)
17. Aluminium (Al) 18. Barium (Ba) 19. Manganese (Mn) 20. Selenium (Se)
21. Strontium (Sr) 22.Cobalt (Co) 23. Vanadium (V)
Parameters
1. Bio-chemical oxygen demand (BOD) 2. Chemical oxygen demand (COD) 3. Oil & Grease 4. Phenol
5. Organic Carbon (in solid) 6. Carbon/Nitrogen ratio 7. Volatile Organics 8. Pesticide (each)
9. (i) Organo-chlorine (BHC, DDT, Aldrin, Endosulphan) 10. (ii) Organo nitrogen-phosphorous (Malathion, methyl parathion, Chloropyriphos) 11. Poly-chlorinated biphenyl (PCB’s) each 12. Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) each
13. Surfactants 14. Trihalomethanes
Microbiology Parameters
1. Total Coliform 2. Faecal Coliform 3. Faecal Streptococci 4. E. Coli
5. Total plate count
2. Characterization of Hazardous Waste
S. No. Parameter
1 Preparation of Leachate (TCLP extract/water extract)
2 Corrosivity
3 Ignibility (Flash point)
4 Toxicity
5 Measurement of heavy metals/pesticides in the waste / leachate
3. Soil / Sludge / Sediment and Solid Waste
1. Boron 2. Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) 3. Electrical Conductivity (EC) 4. Nitrogen available
5. Organic carbon/matter (chemical method) 6. pH 7. Phosphorous (available) 8. Phosphate (ortho)
9. Phosphate (total) 10. Potassium 11. SAR in soil extract 12. Sodium
13. Soil moisture 14. TKN 15. Calorific value 16. Ammonia
17. Bicarbonate 18. Calcium 19. Calcium carbonate 20. Chloride
21. Exchangeable sodium percentage (ESP) 22. Heavy metal 23. Magnesium 24. Nitrate
25. Nitrite 26. PAH 27. Pesticide 28. Potash (available)
29. Sulphate 30. Sulphur 31. Total water soluble salt 32. Water holding capacity
4. Ambient Air/ Fugitive Emission :
Particulate Matter (Respirable PM10, PM2.5),Oxides of Nitrogen(NOX), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2),Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S), Ammonia(NH3), Acid Mist, HF, Fluoride, Chlorine, Ozone, Lead, Arsenic, Nickel, VOC, Total Hydrocarbon, Benzene, etc.
5. Stack Monitoring :
The purpose of stack monitoring is to extract sample from the stack or duct which is representative of emissions from that stack or duct during a time period under a desired operation condition.
We have several stack monitoring kits for operation in the field. The advantages of the stack monitoring kits that they are light weight to carry anywhere and easy to operate.
We also under take Physical measurements as well as determination of chemical parameters such as:
  • Stack gas temperature
  • Stack gas velocity and volumetric gas flow.
  • Particulate matter.
  • Gases such as Sulphur Dioxide, Oxides of Nitrogen, Ammonia
  • Hydrogen Chlorides, Chlorine,
  • Hydrogen Sulphide, Hydrogen Fluorides etc.
6. Work Place Monitoring :
Personal samplers, Handy samplers have adequate capacity to carryout Industrial Hygiene exposure monitoring. The methods used for analysis are as per Factory Act 1948.
Industrial Hygiene monitoring is maintained as per guidelines framed by OSHA, NIOSH and other specific guidelines/methods by USEPA or other such international agencies. Personnel samplers of appropriate make and design are used.
Work Place monitoring is undertaken by using personnel samplers, absorbent tubes, steel gas bombs, speciality sampling bags wherever required.
7. Compressed Air Monitoring :
Particle Count, Identification, Solubility, CO, CO2, O2, SO2, NOX, Moisture, Dew Point, Oil Mist, Total Viable Bacterial Count (TVC), Total Hydrocarbon, etc.
8. Nitrogen Gas Monitoring :
Identification, Solubility, CO, CO2, O2, Moisture, Nitrogen by Assay, Moisture, Dew Point, etc.