Industries and municipal water utilities invest a great amount of time, energy and capital in developing methods that ensure reliable monitoring of waste water discharge and drinking water. While ion chromatography is an established technique for the analysis of inorganic anions in environmental matrices, very little attention has been paid to optimizing the workflow for the analysis of these ions. Furthermore, workflow optimization offers productivity and error reducing advantages.
Optimized workflow integrates all the key elements of EPA IC methods such as sample filtration for the analysis of waste water containing particles, automated calibration, intelligent sample dilution, auto CCV & CCB injection with simple to use hardware.
In this webinar, Brian Belleffeuille from East Bay Municipal Utility District will explain the importance of the analytical workflow and accuracy of the data to maintain compliance with regulatory requirements. We present application examples to demonstrate the productivity and overall cost benefits of implementing optimized IC workflow.
This webinar describes how instrument automation and workflow optimization leads to effective regulatory compliance and productivity improvement.