ALS Life Sciences Europe is your reliable partner for chemical analysis of environmental samples; soil, water, biota, emissions and waste, food, pharmaceuticals, consumer products and others. ALS offers a broad portfolio of tests including microbiology, organic contaminants, metals and isotopes. Below you can find links to our national websites and general contact information.

Latest news

PFAS Testing

Feb 14, 2017

The need for PFAS (poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances) testing in environmental samples has developed together with an increasing number of applications for such compounds.
PFAS are valued for their properties as tensides and have been used for decades in diverse applications, for example: water repellent “outdoor” fabrics, stain resistant carpets, non-stick frying pans and firefighting... Read more »

BFR testing

Dec 13, 2016

Brominated flame retardants (BFR) refers to a large group of substances, predominately utilised as the name suggests, as  fire retardants. These compounds are added to polymer materials and fabrics used in everyday items such as Furniture and electronics. The most commonly used brominated flame retardants are HexaBromoCycloDodecane (HBCD), TetraBromoBisPhenol A (TBBP-A) and PolyBrominated Biphenyls (PBB). 

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ALS Acquires ALcontrol’s UK Businesses

Nov 30, 2016

ALS Limited is pleased to confirm the acquisition of ALcontrol’s food, water and environmental businesses in the UK from ALcontrol Financial Ltd with immediate effect. The deal includes the acquisition of the ALcontrol laboratories in Hawarden, Rotherham, Aberdeen,... Read more »

ALS in europe

ALS Life Sciences in Europe employs over 1200 professional laboratory and support personnel in 40 locations across 13 countries. The European network consists of modern, analytical, ISO 17025 accredited laboratories and national service centers. Main laboratories are located in the Czech Republic, Sweden, United Kingdom, Turkey, Portugal and Denmark. National service centers and smaller laboratories are located in Norway, Finland, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Ireland and Spain.