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Inspection of sludge pits territories:
  • Quantitative chemical analysis of groundwater (underwater).
  • Quantitative chemical analysis of soil.

Inspection of landfills:
  • Quantitative chemical analysis of groundwater (underwater).
  • Quantitative chemical analysis of soil.
  • Control of ambient air in terms of harmful substances.
  • Radiation monitoring.

Analysis of natural environments before and after recultivation of areas contaminated with oil products:
  • Quantitative chemical analysis of natural surface water.
  • Quantitative chemical analysis of soil.

Monitoring of water protection zone:
  • Monitoring of morphometric characteristics of water bodies.
  • Survey of the water protection zones condition.
  • Monitoring of water protection zone uses.

Instrumentation control:
  • Analysis of ambient air:
         - Nitrogen dioxide.
         - Nitrogen oxide.
         - Sulfur dioxide.
         - Methane.
         - Hexane.
         - Carbonic oxide.
         - Carbon (smoke black).
         - Suspended solids (dust).
         - Hydrogen sulphide (hydrogen sulphide).
  • Emissions from process furnaces, boilers, gas-turbine stations:
         - Nitrogen dioxide.
         - Nitrogen oxide.
         - Amount of nitrogen oxides in terms of NO2.
         - Sulfur dioxide.
         - Carbonic oxide.
         - Solid particles (dust).
         - Oxygen.
         - Gas-dust flow velocity.
         - Temperature of gas-dust flow.
  • Control of MPE standards from flames:
         - Nitrogen dioxide.
         - Nitrogen oxide.
         - Sulfur dioxide.
         - Methane.
         - Hexane.
         - Carbonic oxide.
         - Carbon (smoke black).
         - Suspended solids (dust).
  • Survey of sewage, treated sewage, natural surface water and groundwater, precipitation:
         - Aluminum.
         - Anion surfactants.
         - Ammonium ion.
         - Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) (5; total).
         - Suspended solids.
         - PH value (pH).
         - Hydrocarbonates.
         - Total iron.
         - Hardness.
         - Carbonates.
         - Potassium.
         - Magnesium.
         - Mineralization.
         - Turbidity.
         - Sodium.
         - Calcium.
         - Cuprum.
         - Petrochemicals.
         - Nitrite ion.
         - Nitrate ion.
         - Permanganate oxygen consumed.
         - Dissolved oxygen.
         - Sulfate ion.
         - Dry residue.
         - Electric conductivity.
         - Phenols.
         - Phosphate ion.
         - Chemical oxygen demand (COD).
         - Total alkalinity.
         - Temperature.
         - Amount of sodium and potassium ions.
         - Transparency.
         - Chloride ion.
         - Colority.
         - Alkalinity.
         - Acute toxicity: using Paramecium Caudatum ciliates (toxicity index); using Daphnia magna Straus daphnias.
         - Chronic toxicity using Daphnia magna Straus daphnias.
         - Heavy metals (lead, zinc, iron, manganese, chromium, nickel).
         - Mercury.
         - Benzapyrene.
  • Analysis of drinking water, hot water:
         - Aluminum.
         - Anion surfactants.
         - Ammonia (in terms of nitrogen).
         - Taste, flavour.
         - PH value.
         - Total iron.
         - Total hardness.
         - Smell at 20ºC.
         - Manganese.
         - Cuprum.
         - Turbidity.
         - Petrochemicals.
         - Nickel.
         - Nitrates (in terms of NО3-).
         - Nitrite ion.
         - Permanganate oxygen consumed.
         - Phosphate ion.
         - Sulfate ion.
         - Dry residue.
         - Phenol.
         - Chloride ion.
         - Chromium (III, VI, total).
         - Colority.
         - Zinc.
         - Residual active chlorine (free and combined).
         - Hydrocarbonates.
         - Carbonates.
         - Free alkalinity, total.
         - Residual ozone.
  • Survey of water for swimming pools:
         - Smell at 20ºC.
         - Total iron.
         - Turbidity.
         - Residual ozone.
         - Colority.
         - Residual active chlorine (free and combined).
         - Chloride ion.
  • Soil, bottom sediments survey:
         - PH value.
         - Specific electrical conductivity.
         - Organic substance.
         - Exchangeable ammonium.
         - Nitrates.
         - Phosphates.
         - Sulfates.
         - Chlorides.
         - Hydrocarbons.
         - Heavy metals.
         - Toxicity.
         - Mercury.
         - Benzapyrene.
  • Research of organic and mineral production and consumption waste:
         - Moisture (humidity).
         - PH value.
         - Chloride ion.
         - Acute toxicity: using Paramecium Caudatum ciliates, using Daphnia magna Straus daphnias.
         - Morphological waste composition: mass fraction of waste.
         - Nitrate nitrogen.
         - Aluminum.
         - Anion surfactants.
         - Silicon dioxide.
         - Manganese.
         - Nitrite nitrogen.
         - Sulfate ions of water-soluble forms.
         - Phosphate ions of acid-soluble forms.
         - Formaldehyde.
         - Volatile phenols.
         - Calcium.
         - Magnesium.
         - Moisture.
         - Ash.

Center of Research and Production Limited Liability Company has a license to carry out activities in the area of hydrometeorology and related areas, all laboratories are certified and are confirmed to be competent in accordance with the applicable laws.

Environmental and industrial sanitation laboratories provide services for:
  • determining initial contamination at licensed sites;
  • local environmental monitoring within the licensed sites boundaries;
  • monitoring water protection areas;
  • environmental inspection of sludge pits;
  • environmental inspection of landfills;
  • analysis of natural environments before and after recultivation of areas contaminated with oil products;
  • control of emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere from stationary sources;
  • development and agreement of environmental documentation:
         - environmental monitoring programs, projects;
         - waste generation standards and waste disposal limits (WGSWDL);
         - maximum permissible emissions;
         - hazardous waste certificates.
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