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DE & P Technical Services LLC
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Microbial monitoring and identification
DE&P Technical Services
Biofilter and biofouling monitering
Waste management and remediation
Microbial contaimination is a major problem in food, water and watewater treatment. We have a lot of expertise in microbial monitoring and identification using conventional (culture and biochemical) and molecular techniques such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR), fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH). Please contact us with your specific project and we will be happy to work with you through routine (HPC, E. coli, coliform, coliphage, viruses, helminthes, Giardia/Cryptosporidium) and customized project needs.
At DE&P Technical Services, we take care to provide our customers high quality services personalized for their unique needs. Because most of our projects are very specific for individual customers, we pride ourselves in customer satisfaction and are not contented until you as a customer are satisfied. We have streamlined process to ensure the highest quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC). 

Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is an important indicator of microbial activity. We use a proprietary thermostable luciferase enzyme which requires energy from ATP to produce light. The ATP is derived from bacteria present in the system. The intensity of the light is used measured with a luminometer as an quantitative indicator of the level of microbial activity (i.e., biofilter activity). We are able to provide results to our clients within 24 hours of receiving the sample. Samples include water, biofilter media or coupons for monitor biofouling (watch demo at Email or call us to discuss your biofilter monitoring or biofouling remediation needs using this highly sensitive technique..
Remediation of organic and inorganic contaminants in soils, sediments and aquatic systems using techniques ranging from phytoremediation, nutrient management, and use of surfactants. Also experienced in enhancing degradation of municipal solid waste and research in bioconversion of waste to energy. For example, by volume Styrofoam (polystyrene) waste take up 25-30% of our nation’s landfill space. Once landfilled, Styrofoam materials can take millions of years to disintegrate. Our recent discovery to remediate this compound used as a packaging material (peanuts, foam meat trays, coffee cups, etc., is already saving landfill space.
Emerging contaminants (also known as trace organic compounds) are increasingly framing the debate about the safety of water and wastewater. We have expertise in detecting and quantifiying compounds such as endocrine disruptors/estrogen (e.g. , 17B-estradiol), pesticides and hebicides (Acetochlor, Alachlor , Atrazine, Fluridone, Glyphosate, Metolachlor, Penoxsulam,, Pyrethroids), industrial bydrocarbons (PBDEs, PCBs, Triclosan), and antibiotics using highly sensitive and rapid immuno-techniques. 
Emerging contaminants in water
StyroZapper (12 fl. oz; 355mL)