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

Safety as a priority produces results - LTIFR down to 0.97

Oct 21, 2016

Safety as a priority” is one of the core values of ALS. ALS has therefore defined a 13 point “foundation standard” setting out the company’s expectations with regard to working safety which all ALS staff are required to comply with. ALS monitors its safety performance in a number of ways however one of the central KPI’s is LTIFR (Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate). ALS current LTIFR is 0.97 - well below the... Read more »

Improved offering for testing of pesticides and their metabolites in water

Sep 30, 2016

Following the introduction of a new and improved analytical method ALS can now offer testing from a list of more than 400 pesticides or pesticide metabolites in water.

Clients can choose to either tailor their own suite of parameters or choose the screening option which includes all parameters currently available. The pesticides and metabolites... Read more »


Sep 29, 2016

Asbestos testing is an important part of any project involving demolition, contaminated land, ambient air monitoring and others. There are both HSE and other legislative requirements that need to be met by companies or private individuals undertaking projects where there is a risk of handling asbestos or asbestos containing material.

The main exposure to asbestos is through the inhalation of fibres.... 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.