Delivery of fast, high quality environmental data

Environmental consultants and contractors working on time sensitive sites have a strong requirement for the delivery of high quality, reliable and fast turnaround testing data. Rob Monk, our Technical Manager, discusses how this can be achieved in his latest blog

Size matters?

Sometimes size does matter, and Chemtest is one of the UK’s largest independent environmental analytical laboratories.  Chemtest is solely focused on the environmental sector and our laboratories have a capacity which is second to none in the delivery of high quality fast turnaround environmental data.

No matter the size of your project, Chemtest can offer a comprehensive analytical package to meet your requirements.  For larger projects we have dedicated project managers who will work closely with you at every stage to give you first class technical advice and to help with the seamless delivery of your data.

For more information contact our sales team anytime; they will be more than happy to discuss your specific project requirements or to arrange a guided laboratory tour.  Chemtest is committed to developing strong partnerships with clients by focusing on great customer service and giving full access to our technical teams.


This blog was written by Rob Monk, our Technical Manager. Rob has over 14 years of experience in the environmental sector, in both organic and inorganic analyses.


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