Complying with Regulated Methods
Presented by William Lipps
Chair of ASTM D19 on Water, and Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater Joint Editorial Board (JEB) AWWA Representative
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 ◉ 12:00 PM EST
Following Standard Methods, ASTM, EPA, or other methods? Learn tips and tricks to help you comply.
ABSTRACT: If you are a laboratory manager, chemist or technician, this session is about you. This is your opportunity to communicate with your peers regarding issues you may have had in following published methods and what you have done to resolve these issues. As we all know, complying with methods can be subtly difficult due to variability between EPA and State programs, laboratory instruments, lab techniques, vagueness in a method, or variable interpretation of the intent of a method. Topics to be discussed depend on topics brought up by the attendees, and can include won’t be limited to, wet chemistry tests, BOD, metals and other inorganics, chromatographic methods, micro, radio chemical, sampling and sample preservation, sample log in procedures, and so forth. Discussion and suggestions are to be shared by the attendees.
About William Lipps
William has over 35 years’ experience as a chemist and manager of industrial and environmental laboratories, product specialist, product manager, and marketing of both laboratory services and instruments. William is chair of ASTM Committee D19 on water, is an Editor for Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, and a US delegate to ISO TC147 water chemistry. William is general manager of government and regulatory business development at Shimadzu.