Soil pollution by pesticides sprayed with chemicals such as waste and heavy metals is recognized as one of the major environmental problems. In addition to direct contact with soil, drinking groundwater with toxic substances dissolved from contaminated soil can affect human health. Through soil analysis, we provide solutions to these environmental problems.




One cause of soil pollution is the burial of harmful substances in the soil due to improper disposal of waste. It is possible to confirm the presence or absence of pollution by analyzing the waste and sludge that cause it. Examples of analysis of household waste and industrial waste are introduced.




Soil: Soil pollution occurs when heavy metals, organic solvents, pesticides, etc. are mixed into the soil due to leakage from factories and waste water or spraying of pesticides. By performing soil analysis, it is possible to understand the status of pollution. Fertilizer: Specific analytical methods have been developed to ensure fertilizer quality and fair trade. These methods are used to determine the proportion of principal or guaranteed ingredients and to measure the amount of harmful compounds in fertilizers.