Analytical Services, Inc. is an independently owned environmental testing laboratory providing complete chemical and biological analysis to clients throughout the United States. ASI offers comprehensive analytical capabilities with an emphasis on clearly defined markets. Within these markets, we continue to effectively demonstrate the knowledge necessary to ensure project success that has earned us an enduring reputation as one of the most dependable environmental laboratories in the country. Our goal is to play an important role in improving environmental quality through an innovative, economical product that exceeds client expectations in service.

Headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, ASI provides public and private clients with a full range of laboratory testing and environmental monitoring services, including environmental investigation and remediation, groundwater and wastewater monitoring, and treatability studies, information technology, and method development.

Our stability is in our diversity. By balancing our project experience from serving globally known companies to small utilities, we offer the right combination of talent to insure your project’s success. In today’s ever-changing environmental laboratory industry, we remain proud of our independence and reputation for technical strength, customer services and client retention.

Pace Analytical has purchased ASI Analytical Services effective June 1, 2016.

How do I know which method to use?

Federal Regulations for environmental compliance typically incorporate a group of analytical chemistry methods which are specific for that regulation. These test methods are listed in SW-846 and coupled with the new MIR updates are considered appropriate for RCRA applications.

For example, if you are sampling groundwater under the Solid Waste Rules, you should use 8000-series methods for organics and 6000-series methods for inorganics. Applications for the Solid Waste reporting are groundwater, surface water detection monitoring and leachate discharge analysis.

It is always best to contact your ASI Project Manager to ensure the appropriate methods are used.

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