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Environmental laboratories are consistently expected to increase productivity while maintaining or improving quality and also ensuring regulatory compliance while reducing overall operating costs. This is not an easy task. Many environmental laboratories rely heavily on manual, paper-based processes that are inefficient and can be prone to errors. Transcription errors and failure to take appropriate actions can impact a company's ability to comply with regulations.

Benefits of the InfoLIMS to Environmental Industries

  • Environmental monitoring
  • Electronic document management
  • Workflow management
  • Project management
  • Instrument integration for data collection automation
  • Automatic results reduction & flagging
  • Automatic alerts based on thresholds, authorization, publishing
  • Sample management (login, registration integrity, life cycle tracking, etc.)

Water testing laboratories and laboratories that support water treatment plants have long discovered the benefits of LIMS. Today many are looking to replace earlier systems with a system that is easier to support, has a proven upgrade path and is highly flexible and configurable. INFOLIMS has been developed with inputs from several large US metropolitan water districts and contains the deep functionality, automation, traceability and reports needed for this application. Until now, most LIMS targeted at this application were either custom written and therefore expensive to support and hard to upgrade, or were commercial systems that delivered some of the required functionality, but were very rigid and difficult to change. Our LIMS solutions come pre-configured but also make configuration changes during the lifetime of the software straightforward.

  • Drinking water – segregated from other analyses to provide low-level reporting requirements; numerous large-scale lead analysis projects for municipalities and schools currently underway
  • Groundwater – leads the way in performing some of the largest and most complex groundwater investigations ever undertaken
  • Surface water – uses low-level methods to meet federal or local regulations
  • Wastewater – offering both pre- and post-treatment analysis to verify permit requirements for discharged waste
  • Storm water – monitoring industrial and agricultural runoff following significant rain events
  • Specialty testing – for explosives/energetics, dioxins/furans, PCB congeners, perfluorinated compounds (PFAS) and radiological analyses
  • Ballast water and grey water


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Learn how Advanced Analytics can be used to plan work based on lab priorities or when priorities shift, it can be used to understand the underlying causes.

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