Paul is the Technical Director for the ALS laboratory in Hawarden. Over the last 25 years Paul has spent the majority of his time between developing new methods, looking at emerging legislation and solving challenges for clients.
Originally starting his career in the waste water industry, Paul has also been involved in the contaminated land sector for more than 15 years. Recently Paul was one of the major drivers of the method for poly and perfluorinated compounds (PFAS) and the so-called TOP assay and new methods to meet EQS compliance for the Water Framework Directive
Improving safety whilst reducing sampling time of water samples
This presentation will focus on the benefits of the use of innovative analytical techniques which have made it possible to reduce the amount of time taken on site to sample each water sample. At the same time the quality of data can be improved and safety and sustainability be improved
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