EPA 500 Series Method Standards

Ultra Scientific EPA 500Analysis of Finished Drinking Water and Raw Source Water The EPA 500 methods are designed to identify and quantify organic compounds in municipal drinking water. This series consists of methods for the detection of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), pesticides, and synthetic organic compounds (SOCs). These methods are cited under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SWDA). The 500 series methods may be obtained under the method section of our website. ULTRA has prepared a series of reference standards for the 500 series methods, as well as the necessary surrogate and internal standards. Each component in a reference standard is pre-analyzed, with most analytes being >99% pure, and the solvents are of the highest quality available. All solutions are gravimetrically prepared to a precision of ± 0.5%. A certificate showing the actual weight of each analyte is supplied with each standard.