NWQL

AcronymDefinition
NWQLNational Water Quality Laboratory (USGS)
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Samples were sent to the USGS NWQL in Denver, Colorado, for analysis for 109 pesticides and pesticide degradation products.
Detection frequencies at common laboratory reporting levels for selected pesticides in ground water beneath agricultural areas of central Alabama and the Nation [[micro]g/L, micrograms per liter; GC/MS, Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer, NWQL schedules 2001 and 2010; HPLC, High Pressure Liquid Chromatograph, NWQL schedules 2050, 2051, 2060].
Besides upgrading its already established six water quality labs with the latest equipment in major cities, the Council has set-up 18 other water quality labs in different areas and is executing its water quality monitoring activities through NWQL and regional labs.