Contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) in crops Organic contaminants present in wastewater may persist through water treatment and make their way into reclaimed water used in agricultural irrigation or for other purposes.
Learn more about contaminants of emerging concern and how researchers are testing for their accumulation in our water supplies and in edible crops. ... Read more
Disinfection by-products (DBPs) in water Disinfection of drinking water is fundamental to help to reduce and/or eliminate microbial contamination and prevent waterborne diseases. A number of different disinfection processes can be used, many of which can result in chemical reactions with the organic matter in the water, resulting in the formation of assorted disinfection by-products (DBPs).
Learn how researchers are identifying and quantifying DBPs in drinking and swimming pool water and what this means for public health. ... Read more
Techniques for high-throughput data processing Detecting and quantifying pharmaceutical and personal care products in water samples can be a daunting task, especially if you need to test for many different residues in many different samples.
Learn about the software workflows that help to make this quantitation easier and faster than ever before. ... Read more