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Analytical reports

This section carries the short reports we routinely prepare arising from the analysis of samples by the Greenpeace Research Laboratories in support of projects carried out by Greenpeace’s many national and regional offices.  They are published in the interest of transparency, and in order that all of the output from our analytical laboratories is in the public domain, whatever the results of those investigations.  In most cases, analytical results files will be published here within 3 months of the results being delivered to Greenpeace’s offices, whether or not they have also been published by those offices.  In some cases, publication on this site may be delayed beyond that in order to allow for publication locally in the first instance.

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GRL-AR-2017-01Wang, M., Labunska, I., Brigden, K. & Santillo, D. (2017) Analysis of wastewaters and associated sediments collected from two industrial parks in China for the presence of metals and organic chemical contaminants.  Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2017-01: 54 pp.

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GRL_AR_2017_03Analysis of plastic toys from Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Kazakhstan or Belarus for the presence of phthalate esters, metals and organic chemical contaminants.  Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2017-03: 29 pp.

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Analytical Report 2016-03Analysis of wastewaters and associated sediments related to the manufacture of electronic products at facilities in Guadalajara, Mexico for the presence of metals and organic chemical contaminants.  Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2016-03: 38 pp.

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GRL-AR-2017-04Screening for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in drinking water samples collected at schools and public fountains in Veneto (Italy).  Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2017-04: 10 pp.

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Analytical Results 2016-06Organic contaminants and metals arising in wastewater samples from two industrial sites in Slovakia, September 2016. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2016-06: 23 pp.

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AR-2016-02Analysis of water samples collected from deep drilled wells, open wells, a local drinking water company, settling ponds, tap water and an artificial lake, in Kerta Buana village, Kutai Karta Negara, Indonesia, March 2016. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2016‐02: 37 pp.

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GRL-AR-2016-04Analysis of samples of water and solid materials related to a copper mine in Chile, April 2016. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2016-04: 4 pp.

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Analysis of a range of consumer products purchased in Korea and in the UK for the presence of plastic microbeads, September 2016. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2016-05: 39 pp.

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GRL-AR-2016-01Metals concentrations for ambient airborne particulates (PM2.5) collected close to the DangJin coal fired power station in the Republic of Korea.   Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2016-01, January 2016: 6 pp.

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DRC-Amnesty-2015Analysis of a single water sample collected from a mining location in DRC, 2015, for heavy metals and for the presence of organic contaminants. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2015-10, December 2015: 4 pp.

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GRL-AR-2015-09Metals concentrations for ambient airborne particulates (PM2.5 or PMtotal) collected at various locations in Delhi, India.  Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2015-09, December 2015: 7 pp.

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Tianjin organics 2015Qualitative screening of surface wipe samples collected in the vicinity of the incident in Tianjin, China, 2015 for the presence of organic contaminants. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2015-08, November 2015: 12 pp.

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Tianjin metals 2015Metals and metalloids concentrations in surface wipes collected in the vicinity of chemical explosions in Tianjin, China, 2015. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2015‐07, October 2015:  4 pp.

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rare earth metal tailngs 2015Analysis of samples of solid waste generated and stored at a facility that processes rare earth metal ores in Inner Mongolia, China. Greenpeace Research Laboratories Analytical Results 2015‐06, July 2015: 6 pp.

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GRL-AR-2015-03Analysis of soil, sediment and ash samples collected from an area impacted by a large spill of coal fly ash slurry from the CEO‐Oltenia coal power plant in Turceni, Gorj, Romania. GRL-AR-2015-03, May 2015: 10 pp.

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GRL-AR-2015-02Metals concentrations for ambient airborne particulates (PM2.5) collected over a 5 day period in Zonguldak, Turkey. GRL-AR-2015-02, February 2015: 3 pp.

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