Environmental Studies

 

Save Trees

Go Green.
The strongest way to protect environment is save trees. Trees are one of the main creations of God that play an important role to keep air clean. If there will be no fresh air available then how human beings, animal, and birds survive, therefore, a clean environment is the need for every living object on this earth, so save trees.


  • Plant as much trees as possible
  • Do not cut trees until there is an extreme need
  • Make use of internet and mobile phones to promote paperless communication
  • Make sure any paper you buy come from recycled sources

Stop Global Warming

There is compelling evidence from all over the world that our planet’s weather and climate patterns are changing. Droughts, receding glaciers and ice caps, extreme storms, rise in ocean temperatures and sea levels, shifts in distribution or organisms and diseases-scientists tracking these events overwhelmingly believe that global climate change is a fact.



  • Plant a Tree- Trees suck up carbon dioxide and make clean air for us to breathe
  • Change your Air Filter – Check your car’s air filter monthly
  • Use Recycled Paper

Save Fuel

Fuel is any material that is burned or altered in order to obtain energy and to heart or to move an object. Fuel releases its energy either through combustion, or nuclear fission. An important property of a useful fuel is that its energy can be stored to be released only when needed, and that the release is controlled in such a way that the energy can be harnessed to produce work.




Fuel Saving Tips

  • Slow Down
  • Check your Air Filter
  • Accelerate with care
  • Don’t overdrive

Recycling

To many people, recycling conjures up the blue plastic bins and bottle drives. But recycling is a design principle, a law of nature, a source of creativity, and a source of prosperity.

  • Know what you can and can’t recycle
  • Recycle your Water
  • Make Sure in your home and industries rain water harvesting
  • If you don’t love something let it go

Save Water

  • Plant as much trees as possible
  • Do not cut trees until there is an extreme need
  • Make use of internet and mobile phones to promote paperless communication
  • Make sure any paper you buy come from recycled sources

At the end of the day if you have water left in your water bottle do not throw it away, pour it over some plants.

Save Energy

Green energy refers to sources of energy that are non-polluting and environment friendly, which can renew themselves
naturally. Green energy is also known as sustainable energy, renewable energy or alternative energy.

  • Solar cells make no noise while collecting energy. There are no other renewable energy sources that are completely silent.
  • Use natural lighting instead of electric lighting whenever possible
  • Select cold water for washing clothes
  • Turn off computers when they are not in use

Save Electricity

  • Donate or recycle electronics items responsibly when the time comes. E- waste contains mercury and other toxics and is a growing environmental problem.
  • Use a drying rack or clothes line to save energy, otherwise used during machine drying
  • Install compact fluorescent light bulbs ( CFL’s) when your older incandescent bulbs burn out. Unplug appliances when you are not using them. Or, use a “smart” power strip that senses when appliances are off and cuts “phantom” or “vampire” energy use
  • Keep your cell phones, computer and other electronics as long as possible.

Our environmental analysis products can help you expand your laboratory’s capabilities in many areas, including

Metals Toxic organics Organic compounds Phenols
Trace Analysis Polychlorinated biphenyls (CBs) Alkalinity Materials analysis
Water Quality Testing Elemental Trace Analysis Agricultural products Polymers/plastics
Soil Testing Salts Organics Extractable organic halogen
COD BOD Sulphates Conductivity
RoHS Testing Reach Testing Sludge Analysis Residue and Unknowns Analysis