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Independence Day Hours and Services

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ARI will be closed Thursday, July 4th, for Independence Day and will be operating with limited services July 5th through July 7th. If you have unique project requirements around the holiday please contact your project manager or use our contact form here to make arrangements.

We will not be receiving any coliform samples on July 3rd and no BOD samples will be received on June 29th.

Have a safe and enjoyable 4th of July Holiday from all the staff at Analytical Resources, Inc.


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Upcoming Version Transition for Metals Methods SW6010 (ICP-OES) and SW6020 (ICP-MS)

Around late summer 2019 ARI will be transitioning the primary analysis method versions for metals analysis by Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission Spectrometry (ICP-OES) from SW6010C to SW6010D and for Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) from SW6020A to SW6020B.

ARI specific details regarding the differences between the SW6010C and SW6010D versions are noted in the linked table below.

ARI specific details regarding the differences between the SW6020A and SW6020B versions are noted in the linked table below.

The actual date for the transition will be published in a future post and clients will also receive notification through ongoing outreach from the ARI Client Services team. Any questions about the upcoming transition not answered in the above tables can be directed towards your project manager or reach out to ARI directly and a staff member will assist you.


Upcoming Version Transition for Methods SW8270 (SVOA) and SW8260 (VOA)

Around late summer 2019 ARI will be transitioning the primary analysis method versions for semi-volatile (SVOA) parameters from SW8270D to SW8270E and for volatile (VOA) parameters from SW8260C to SW8260D. This transition applies to both the full and selected ion monitoring (SIM) applications of the methods.

ARI specific details regarding the differences between the SW8270D and SW8270E versions are noted in the linked table below.

ARI specific details regarding the differences between the SW8260C and SW8260D versions are noted in the linked table below.

The actual date for the transition will be published in a future post and clients will also receive notification through ongoing outreach from the ARI Client Services team. Any questions about the upcoming transition not answered in the above tables can be directed towards your project manager or reach out to ARI directly and a staff member will assist you.


WAC 170-300-0235 Safe Water Sources

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With the adoption of WAC 170-300-0235 on May 27, 2017 all early learning providers in the State of Washington are required to test drinking water supplies for lead and copper every six years with the first test required within six months of the law becoming effective. Analytical Resources provides testing services for both metals and the necessary documentation for regulatory compliance. See our Drinking Water analysis page for details or contact Analytical Resources for more information about sampling, pricing, and turn around time.