The Florida Department of Environmental Protection has published a revised list of method detection limit (MDL) and practical quantitation limit (PQL) targets for selected analytes and methods. The list has been updated to conform with the current 136.3 approved method lists, and the list of analytes in rule 62-302.530, (Surface Water Quality Criteria). New information for the listings also includes: 1) groupings of analytes by categories; and, 2) designation of those analytical techniques that may not be amenable to determining MDLs using the EPA procedure published at Part 136, Appendix B.
Senior Laboratory Analyst (St. Thomas)
Laboratory Technician (St. Thomas)
Part Time Beach Sampler (St. Croix)
We are seeking new team members who are passionate about water quality and care about the health of our community. Our lab analyzes public drinking water system samples, beach samples, wastewater samples and stormwater samples to determine compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act. We work with government agencies and private businesses and residents responsible for managing water supplies. For a complete job description and details on how to apply, please send me a message on linked in or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Software web portal for the Omega LIMS offers a laboratory’s clients immediate
access to results, documents, credentials and reports, historical data and
invoices. Data may be swept from the
LIMS into FlashPoint automatically, thereby allowing for real-time, 24/7 access
to data and improved client satisfaction.
integrates seamlessly into any corporate website or existing client
portal. To allow a client access to FlashPoint,
the laboratory will simply provide a client with the proper login and password
credentials. FlashPoint also provides
email alerts for notifications on sample receipt and completion of analyses may
also allows clients to send request to project managers for sampling supplies
and technical support.