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in brief Norwest Holst

Norwest Holst says investment in the new laboratory is to meet increased demand for high quality contaminated land testing. The new premises provides temperature controlled laboratories housing two thermo electron ICP machines for general metal determination, atomic absorption equipment for low level determinations in soil and water, latroscan apparatus for rapid evaluation of petroleum based contaminants and gas and liquid chromatography equipment.

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