HACH LANGE receives MCERTS award for sampler
25 November 2008, News release from HACH LANGE LTD
HACH LANGE is delighted to announce that the BÜHLER 1000 Automatic Water Sampler was awarded an MCERTS certificate at the recent WWEM 2008 Gala Dinner.
Before announcing the awards, Sir Director Steve Lower said, "It is one thing manufacturers claiming to be the world leaders in levels of accuracy but quite another to be able to provide independent evidence to support the claim.
MCERTS promotes public confidence in monitoring data and provides industry with a proven framework for choosing monitoring systems and services that meet the Environment Agency's performance requirements.
"I would like to take this opportunity to offer my warmest congratulations to those instrument manufacturers that have made the commitment and I hope that they will all now reap the commercial benefits that certification makes possible."
The certificate was presented by Catherine Wright, the Environment Agency's Head of Modern Regulation, to HACH LANGE's Jon Shepherd. Following the presentation, Jon said, "We are delighted to receive this award because it extends the broad range of samplers that we now offer with MCERTS.
"The BÜHLER 1000 sampler is easy to transport and is ideal for use in wastewater treatment plants, industrial applications and for monitoring surface waters. Flexibility, ruggedness and reliability are the key features of this device. Importantly, it can be used to store samples for up to 48 hours at 4 °C without freezing which means that it can be left unattended for long periods."
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