Yearly Archives: 2016

 Arsenic isn’t always a poison… Some of the first letters learned in our earliest biology and chemistry classes are H, C, O, N, S and P, which are the single letter notations from the periodic table for elements Hydrogen, Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Sulfur and Phosphorus.  These elements are essential and represent the most basic building […]

MIC and Arsenic, extremes in bacterial life

Biodegradability has become a valued characteristic for products in the market place. Suppliers and manufacturers have the choice to develop and sell biodegradable products, and end-consumers are responding to these choices.  However, to claim that a product is biodegradable, a few additional steps are required.  Except for the simpliest products, part of the product development and marketing […]

Biodegradation Testing for Consumer and Industrial Products