dichloroethane determination

Determination of 1,2 Dichlorethane
Determination of 1,2 Dichlorethane

The Ministry of Environment and Forestry issued the Regulation on Control of Pollution Caused by Hazardous Substances in Water and Environment in 2005. While preparing this Regulation, it is aimed to detect, prevent and gradually reduce the pollution caused by water and its hazardous substances.

Prepared on the basis of the European Union Directive on the Discharge of Hazardous Substances 76 / 464 / EEC, this regulation provides for the identification of hazardous substances that cause pollution in surface waters, the creation of pollution reduction programs, prevention of pollution and monitoring standards and quality criteria and related technical and administrative principles.

1 Dichloroethane (EDC) (CAS 1,2-107-06) is included in the list of Very Hazardous Substances and their Special Provisions (Annex 2) in this annex. 1,2 dichloroethane, or ethylene dichloride, as previously known, is an organic chemical compound. It is mostly used as an intermediate in PVC production and is a highly toxic substance. Although not certain, it is thought to be a carcinogenic substance.

The laboratories which are accredited according to the TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 standards, from domestic and foreign accreditation organizations, comply with generally accepted test methods and test criteria. It also operates in accordance with the standards published by many domestic and foreign organizations in measurement, analysis, testing and evaluation studies. These laboratories provide reliable and impartial service and their reports are accepted all over the world.

The mentioned laboratories also carry out the determination of 1,2 dichlorethane in various waters within the scope of chemical tests and based on the following standard in these studies:

  • TSE EN ISO 15680 Water quality - Determination of trace elements by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry method

This standard also includes the 1,2 dichloroethane analysis method to determine the water quality.