What is a VOC?
VOCs can occur naturally in the environment such as methane. Regulated chemical compounds such as benzene and toluene found in crude oil, refined fuels, and petroleum products like paints, glues and detergents are hazardous and harmful to humans.
Federal and state agencies have developed regulatory compliance levels for VOCs under the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, and in the Safe Drinking Water Act. NPDES permits were developed to require specific EPA testing methods and compliance performances standards.
LEAD TESTING AVAILABLE
- Total Lead (Pb) in Soil
- Total Lead (Pb) in Paint Chips, Wipes, or Air Filters
- TCLP Lead (Pb) in Soil
- TCLP Lead (Pb) in Paint Chips, Wipes, or Air Filters
FOI offers the following methods for testing soil and water, SOME even within a 48 hour turnaround time:
|NW-TPH-HCID||Petroleum Hydrocarbon Identification (OR & WA)|
|NW-TPH-GX||Gasoline Quantification (OR & WA)|
|NW-TPH-DX||Diesel Quantification (OR & WA)|
|EPA 8021B – BTEX||Quantification of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene, and Xylenes|
|EPA 8260 – BTEXN**||BTEX + Naphthalene|
|EPA 8270 – PAH**||Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbon|
|EPA 8021B + 8270||BTEX + PAH Package|
|EPA 8260 (RBDM)||EPA 8260 RBDM|
|EPA 8260B||8260 Volatile Organics|
**EPA 8260 and EPA 8270 are not available within a 48-hour turnaround time.
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