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Virtual: Sample Collection and How to Maximize the Value of your Lab Data (60 mins.

  • April 27, 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar
  • 144


Sample Collection and How to Maximize the Value of your Lab Data


Rich Stump, President

Lab Director

Suburban Testing Labs

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Level: Intermediate to Advanced

Who should attend:  Practicing geologists, hydrologists, environmental scientists, project managers, and other environmental consultants who would like to expand and update their knowledge of representative sampling and how to interpret the results to support justifiable conclusions should find this webinar beneficial.

Webinar Overview:  Best practices for obtaining representative samples of soils, water and other matrices including VOA sampling and preservation techniques will be covered. Attendees will also learn how to use and interpret field QC to support the validity of the sample collection process.

About our presenter:  Rich is the Laboratory Director and President of Suburban Testing Labs where he leads team of 90+ Laboratory Staff, including the Microbiologists, Chemists, Environmental Scientists, Field Scientists and Client Services team members since 2001.  Their 25,500 square foot state of the art laboratory, located in Reading, PA, serves Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and many other states. 

Rich holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry from Kutztown University.  In addition, he is involved in various professional organizations and has received numerous awards and accolades from the professional community; Rich regularly serves as a go-to technical presenter for laboratory analysis and regulatory topics related to the environmental industry.



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