Editorial Article: EPA Completes First Phase Evaluation of GC Air Monitoring Technology

Learn about the GC-MS technology being used to monitor air quality, in accordance with EPA guidelines

24 Nov 2016


New gas chromatography solutions have been implemented for routine testing of ambient air quality 

 

Dwain Cardona 
Vertical Market Manager for Environmental and Industrial specializing in GC and GC-MS technology, Thermo Fisher Scientific

Since the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) introduced revisions to ambient air quality surveillance regulations in 1993, new gas chromatography (GC) solutions and technologies have been developed and implemented for routine sample evaluation. These updates to GC instrumentation have made it possible to monitor air quality thorough the detection of the targeted pollutants.

In this blog post, hear from Dwain Cardona, Vertical Market Manager for Environmental and Industrial specializing in GC and GC-MS technology at Thermo Scientific, about how functional enhancements in new or updated instrumentation can produce more sensitive measurement of targeted compounds, providing fresh perspective and enhanced interpretation of routinely analyzed samples in environmental analysis.

Read the full article here.