Every week I come across a new article relating to pesticides. Just this
week I was reading about a peer-reviewed study in Germany that shows
glyphosate and dozens of other pesticides can travel through air into
our national parks and cities miles aw...
In this video interview, Ann-Kathrin Wachtler from CVUA Stuttgart, a
European reference laboratory for pesticides analysis, talks about the
challenges of polar pesticide analysis, their initial reluctance to use
ion chromatography as an unknown techn...
Quick coffee break chat - What is the current regulatory landscape?
Following on from the first video, titled what are haloacetic acids? The
conversation continues. We discuss the various regulations across the
globe and what changes are coming in Eu...
The European drinking water directive is changing – after more than 20
years! The current regulations were produced in 1998, which doesn’t seem
that long ago, but we were all just starting to get cell phones then.
Remember that the limited word count...
What are haloacetic acids? With drinking water regulations changing,
this is the first in a series of chats on the topic of haloacetic acids:
What are they are? Where do they come from and why we must measure
them?A Quick Coffee Break Chat with Simon...