Environment & Pollution

We have well equipped instruments and analysis techniques to perform all kind of testing in Waste Water. We have state-of-the-art infra structure provides all the capacity needed to meet customer requirements even in urgent cases. We are committed to satisfy our customers by providing precise results in terms of quality and competitiveness.

i. WASTE WATER (Effluent / Sewage)

Waste Water is water after it has been used in a variety of applications usually leaching, flushing, or washing away wastes from locations those wastes were generated or placed.There are 3 types of waste water or sewage: domestic sewage, industrial sewage, storm sewage.

Sewage water is another name for waste water from domestic and industrial processes. Domestic sewage carries used water from houses and apartments; it is also called sanitary sewage. Industrial sewage is used water from manufacturing or chemical processes sewage is a type of suspension of wastes in the form of liquid or solid, it contains excreta of humans, animals, etc., contains mixture of both toxic and chemical materials.

Effluent water is waste other than waste from kitchens or toilets, surface water or domestic sewage. It can be produced and discharged by any industrial or commercial premises. Effluent usually flows from the premises directly into the main sewer network and it cannot enter a river, reservoir, stream or lake unless it is cleaned and treated first


Some chemicals such as PCBs used in electrical transformers and large capacitors, as hydraulic and heat exchange fluids, and as additives to paints and lubricants; and DDT, which is still used to control mosquitoes that carry malaria in some parts of the world are called unintentionally produced chemicals. These chemicals, have had unforeseen effects on human health and the environment hence are termed hazardous pollutants in environment.

Our Capabilities to perform analysis for the following Parameters:
  • pH
  • Turbidity
  • Conductivity
  • Total dissolved solids (TDS)
  • Total suspended solids (TSS)
  • Biological oxygen demand (BOD)
  • Chemical oxygen demand (COD)
  • Dissolved oxygen (DO)
  • Oil and Grease
  • Toxins
  • Metal Contaminants
  • Pesticide Residues
  • Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs)
  • Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
  • Dioxins
  • Furans
  • Microbiological Analysis