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Alaska Forum on the Environment

February 11, 2019 @ 8:00 am - February 15, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

Find the Best Solutions to Your Environmental Analysis Challenges

At the Alaska Forum on the Environment, February 11-15 in Anchorage, Alaska, you have a great opportunity to learn about how the combination of a local, Alaska environmental laboratory that is DoD certified and our global support network will serve all your environmental, health and safety (EHS) analytical needs. Please visit the SGS booth to speak to our friendly and expert professional team.

The SGS Anchorage laboratory has been serving Alaska since 1964 and part of our network for 20 years. We provide services for a wide range of projects including:

  • Mining Baseline Studies
  • NPDES Monitoring
  • Clean Water Act compliance
  • Department of Defense
    • Corps of Engineers
    • Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE)
    • Navy
  • Pre-treatment permits
  • Safe Drinking Water Act
  • Storm water regulations
  • And more

Please visit our booth to learn about services that include trace and ultratrace analysis of contaminants of emerging concern (CEC) and rapid turnaround time (TAT) of persistent organic pollutants (POPs). The SGS network of ultratrace laboratories innovate for the wider SGS network, delivering expertise and analytical excellence across the US and Canada.

SGS has:

  • A DoD-certified lab in Anchorage, AK
  • Multiple NELAP, ISO 17025 and DoD 5.1 accredited laboratories, including:
    • Wilmington, North Carolina
    • SGS AXYS, Sidney, British Columbia
  • Full service U.S. and Canadian laboratories include:
    • Orlando, Florida
    • Dayton, NJ
    • Scott, LA
    • Houston, TX
    • Wheat Ridge, CO
    • Lakefield, Ontario

As accurately monitoring the occurrence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) has become a priority, SGS is your global leader in PFAS analysis, including total oxidizable precursors (TOP). Our scope, accuracy and monitoring proficiency, testing and data analysis are unmatched.

We support various matrices by EPA 537, EPA 537 modified with Isotope Dilution, and DOD QSM 5.1. As a matter of fact, our Orlando laboratory was recently certified for the latest DoD version of QSM 5.1!

Our extensive technical expertise is available for PFAS in drinking water, ground water, soils, sediments, tissue and serum.  SGS is DOD accredited, NELAC accredited in AK, NY, FL, AZ, KS, LA, NV, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OR, PA, and UT, with NELAC/ISO 17025 accreditation applicable in over 30 additional states.

Additionally, the SGS Ultratrace Lab in Wilmington, NC, recently earned Department of Defense Environmental Laboratory Accreditation (DoD ELAP) for ultratrace organics. Our ultratrace services offer you analysis of dioxins/furans, PCBs, PAHs, SVOAs and pesticides using EPA Methods 23, 8290, 1613, 1668, 1699, 0023A, TO-9A, CARB 428, 429, and their international equivalents/derivatives; WHO-2 (combined D/F+PCB analysis, e.g. for EU food/feed testing).

SGS offers a full array of laboratory analysis, and consulting services to help you get to where you need to be:

  • Industry-leading environmental analytical services, including high resolution mass spectroscopy and MS/MS analysis of emerging contaminants, to meet your every need
  • Quality data that has stood up in court for over 60 years
  • Industry leader LabLink®, your complete real time online data service with power and ease of use

WHAT: Alaska Forum on the Environment

WHEN: Monday, February 11 – Friday, February 15

WHERE: Dena’ina Convention Center, Anchorage, AK                                                                                                            


If you’re not attending, please contact me any time, connect immediately at (800) 329-0204 or email ehs.clientcare@sgs.com.


Hope to see you there!


Julie Shumway

Environment, Health & Safety

Business Development

Mobile: +1 907 351 4693

Direct:  +1 907 550 3215

Office:  +1 907 562 2343


February 11, 2019 @ 8:00 am
February 15, 2019 @ 5:00 pm

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