NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Thermo Fisher Scientific has sold a benchtop HiperTOC environmental analyzer to an undisclosed Canadian analytical lab, Thermo said yesterday.
 
Thermo said the product detects the presence of organic compounds at a presence of .04 parts per million, which go beyond the US Environmental Protection Agency’s standards concerning the presence of organic compounds in drinking water.
 

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