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By SOLUTIONS Software Corporation. e-Water consists of the following CFR Titles, in whole or in part: 25, 40, and 43. Also included are Florida Water Districts, pertinent guidance documents, forms and over 300 Water Test Methods and Solid Waste Test Methods (SW-846) in printable PDF format. Plus relevant sections of the US Code, including the Clean Water Act (CWA).
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). The EPA's Environmental Monitoring Methods Index (EMMI) software assists users in comparing and evaluating analytical methods applicable to environmental pollutants of interest. EMMI allows the user access to an extensive list of analytes and analytical methods. It provides CAS numbers, regulatory lists, and regulatory limits. The database also contains method abstracts that include sample collection, storage, preservation, preparation, extraction, and analysis information. 1995.
Methods and Guidance for the Analysis of Water
By National Technical Information Service (NTIS). This CD-ROM from the EPA's Office of Water lets you search, print and display the full text of more than 500 EPA wastewater and drinking water methods and guidance documents. Additionally, the CD-ROM contains the full text of all EPA methods approved for compliance monitoring at 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) part 136 and 141 including the 500-, 600- and 1600-series methods and a complete version of the March 1983 revision of Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Waste (MCAWW). The Office of Water CD-ROM identifies which methods are approved at 40 CFR parts 136 and 141 for wastewater and drinking water compliance monitoring.
Omega 11 LIMS
By The Khemia Company. The Omega 11 Laboratory Information Management System is a comprehensive LIMS designed to manage analytical, environmental, and industrial hygiene laboratories.
By Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS). The NIOSH Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (RTECS) provides critical toxicological information with detailed citations on more than 148,000 common and rare chemical substances. Access authoritative information from more than 2,500 international journals, textbooks, technical reports, scientific proceedings and compendia. Includes toxicological data and reviews, international workplace exposure limits, references to U.S. standards and regulations, analytical methods, and exposure and hazard survey data. Search detailed toxicity data and reviews - including hard-to-find tumorigenic data, carcinogenicity status, reproductive effects and mutagenic effects -- using a master index and comprehensive library of toxic effects codes.