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A commercial lab that comes to mind [that does all of this] is Kreuger
Enterprises Geochron Laboratories Division.  617-876-3691.  I can't comment
on their QA/QC, turnaround time, etc.

>I am looking for laboratories with municipal solid waste experience
>that do stable isotope analyses as well as carbon-14 and tritium.
>At this point I would like to find commercial labs that can
>consistently meet turnaround times, as I know university labs
>sometimes may have a problem with this.  We have already done some
>analyses with one lab, but would like to get a short list of labs
>together to audit early next year.
>
>I am interested to hear from you regarding your lab, its
>capabilities, and average turnaround time.  Any QA/QC material
>would also be helpful.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Janet Meaux
>BFI
>P.O. 3151
>Houston, TX  77253
>e-mail:  [log in to unmask]


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