Expert Insight: Automated titration solutions for the central laboratory

Join this new webinar to find out how the quality of results from water testing can be improved with automated titration

16 Apr 2020

Garrett Hutchings, Environmental Scientist, Duke Energy’s Environmental Central Laboratory and Dr. Kerri-Ann Blake, Product Specialist, Metrohm USA
Garrett Hutchings, environmental scientist, Duke Energy, and Dr. Kerri-Ann Blake, Metrohm USA

Water is a shared natural resource that must be managed responsibly, regardless of the industry using it. Laboratories such as Duke Energy’s Environmental Central Laboratory test ground, surface and wastewaters to ensure good stewardship of the water they use and to control the treatment of water resources.

In this upcoming free webinar, environmental scientist Garrett Hutchings discusses how he increased sample testing and improved the quality of his results with automated titration. Hutchings will detail the importance of water testing to energy generation at Duke and discuss the importance of testing to maintain the health and safety of our waterways.

Also hear from  Kerri-Ann Blake,  from Metrohm USA, as she reviews the common EPA standards for water testing and take part in our live Q&A session for personalized information to help improve water testing in labs of any size.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn how robotic analyzers can improve sample throughput and lab efficiency
  • Receive tips for improving EPA water tests
  • Understand how automating sample analysis can improve water testing

Who should attend?

  • Analysts performing water quality tests that are interested in improving result quality
  • Lab managers looking to increase lab efficiency with automation and multi-parameter analyzers
  • Anyone wanting to learn how EPA methods can be easily automated to remove uncertainty

The live webinar and Q&A session will take place on Thursday, April 23, at:

  • 16:00 BST 
  • 11:00 EDT 
  • 08:00 PDT
  • 17:00 CEST

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