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Aquatic passive sampler technologies for pharmaceuticals and water pollutants

Project Number # 4026-10

Development and calibration of aquatic passive sampler technologies for emerging pharmaceuticals and water pollutants

Project Leader:  Sarit Kaserzon

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The aim of this project is to develop novel sampling tools to allow time integrated passive sampling of existing and emerging chemicals pollutants. Sampling devices developed through this work should assist with more comprehensive and cost-effective monitoring of newly recognised potential toxicants in surface and treated water across Australia.

Collaborators for this project:

Queensland Health Forensic and scientific Services, SeqWater, Qld DERM, National Measurement Institute, Dept of Water WA, Brisbane City Council, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authoriity, Victorian EPA, South Australian EPA and NSW Office of Environment & Heritage.

 

 

  • Mentor:  Dr Milena Fernandes [SA Water]

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