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Many fishermen enjoy making their own tackle.  Using a personal melting pot, a fisherman can cast his/her own jigs, sinkers, and lures.  Not only is […]

Many of our customers are hobbyists who are inadvertently exposed to toxic heavy metals.  People who work with stained glass are one example. Lead fumes […]

Scientists in Mexico have discovered how to detect heavy metals in water by using sound waves to levitate and analyze droplets in mid air. Isolating […]

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently released an interview with Conrad Choiniere, the chair of the Toxic Elements Working Group.  This workgroup of […]

It may seem like an everyday activity which needs no explanation, but how does your usual hand washing practice compare to the recommendations provided by […]

Yet another new procedure is being reported to combat heavy metal polluted water. A northern Minnesota company is touting a pollution-fighting peat!  American Peat Technology […]

Wastewater containing toxic heavy metals & industrial dyes is a serious environmental dilemma.  Scientists in India have developed a nanomaterial drawn from seaweed to effectively […]

Exposure to lead dust and fumes at the firing range can present a potential health risk to shooters, firearm instructors, other range employees and their […]

Scientists from EPFL (A research institute & university in Switzerland) along with colleagues at UC-Berkeley & Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a way to […]

I recently spoke with various people in the carbide manufacturing business in regards to the type of soap their workers were using.  Working with carbide, […]