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Whether you want to check the carbon content of waste water or keep an eye on the salt content of your process water, when it comes to water analysis, HACH LANGE is the perfect choice. We have years of experience in water analysis and offer a broad range of services.Our company history dates back to Berlin 1933, when Dr. Bruno Lange set up a company in his own name employing six people. Inventions such as the photometer and later on cuvette tests have revolutionised the field of analysis, making it possible to conduct extensive analyses without the need for in-depth knowledge of chemistry.HACH LANGE was born in 2004 when Dr. Bruno Lange joined forces with HACH, an American company specialising in electro and photochemistry. The expertise of these two companies is now combined, benefitting you, our customers!That's not all, our company is continuing to grow and already has 22 subsidiaries around the world, including branches across Europe, China and the USA.


Miss Sarah Blayds
Laser House,

Ground Floor,Suite B
Waterfront Quay, Salford Quays
M50 3XW

FREE Workshops on Industrial Wastewater Monitoring

'Minimising the cost of compliance'

HACH LANGE is inviting anyone involved with the continuous monitoring of wastewater to attend one of a series of free workshops in June 2011:

Tuesday 7 June: Nutfield, Surrey
Wednesday 8 June: Blagrove, Swindon
Tuesday 21 June: Salford, Lancs

The workshops will provide the latest help and advice on MCERTS and Operator Self Monitoring (OSM). Speakers will include experts from HACH LANGE and Paul Wiggins, Technical Advisor at the Environment Agency, will speak at the Surrey and Swindon workshops, describing the relationship between MCERTS and OSM, and offering practical advice on how to prepare for an inspection.

The Salford Workshop at HACH LANGE's head office will include a presentation by Emily Jarvis, Environmental Project Manager at SIRA, who will describe the certification process that underpins MCERTS.

There will also be an opportunity for visitors to the Nutfield workshop to enjoy a tour of the micro-brewery at the Campden BRI (Brewing Research institute).

The workshops will commence at 10am, providing a mix of presentations and practical demonstrations, and are due to finish at around 3pm.

Complimentary lunch and refreshments will be provided. However, places (UK mainland companies only) are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first-come/first-served basis. To request a place, please email sarah.blayds@hach-lange.co.uk.

For further information please email HACH LANGE LTD

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