Water Quality Center (WQC) Lab is located in the Fleischmann Building
of the Environmental Research Laboratory, an off-campus University
of Arizona facility. The Lab focuses on water quality and is equipped
to perform state-of-the-art chemical and biological analyses. Chemical
analyses include metals, salts, alkalinity, anions and dissolved organic
carbon. Biological analyses include bacterial and viral pathogens
and indicator organisms. The Lab also performs assays on other environmental
samples including soils, wastes, effluents, and plant materials. |
The Water Quality Lab only supports research, teaching, and extension programs, as well as special projects.
Inquiries regarding microbiological testing should be addressed to Charles Gerba, Professor at (520) 621-6906 or email@example.com.
WQC lab is equipped to perform water, soil, waste, and plant, chemical
and physical analyses using state-of-the-art analytical equipment,
in the following categories:
analysis of all types of water samples including drinking water
and soil/waste/plant extracts.
Categories include: metals, salts, anions.
analysis of solid samples such as soil, plant and waste.
This includes: total carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur.
analysis of water samples.
This includes: alkalinity, dissolved organic carbon.
particle size distribution
This includes: sand, silt and clay fractions.
Moisture tension measurement.
of Salmonella from Environmental Samples
WQC lab performs assays for the detection of bacteria and viruses
in environmental samples.
us for a complete list of services available.
faculty and staff associated with the WQC Lab works closely with
clients to help them choose their analyses needs. To answer any
questions and obtain a price list, please contact:
The central facility for Water Quality Center Laboratory is
located within the Environmental Research Laboratory's Fleischman
Quality Center (WQC) Lab|
2601 E. Airport Drive
Tucson, Arizona 85756
Atasi Ray-Maitra, Lab Manager:
Dr. Janick Artiola, Lab Director
Inquiries regarding microbiological testing:
Charles Gerba, Professor