Ecological Tests

Ecological Tests

Industrial organizations play a terrible role in the pollution of nature. The use of resources unconsciously and unconsciously, leaving the wastes irresponsible to the nature and production regardless of the limit values ​​determined by legal regulations and generally accepted standards create a series of dangers until the destruction of the nature, the ecological balances in this way, the global warming and climate changes. Liquid, solid and gaseous wastes have reached the dimensions that threaten the future livability of the world.

Industry uses around one thousand 150 chemicals, and this number is growing exponentially every year. The adverse effects of these chemicals on human health and environmental conditions have been recognized since the 1960 years. The most striking issue here is the reduction in ecosystem diversity. The main adverse effects of chemical substances were: the reduction of available water resources, the increase of poisoning on aquatic organisms, the impact of the food chain through bioaccumulation, the permanent changes in the ecosystem and the progressive deterioration of human health.

Therefore, agreements have been started between countries for the global control of chemicals and their wastes in order to protect the environment and human health.

In our country, the legal regulations issued in this direction, the definition of dangerous substances polluting the nature and restrictive obligations have been introduced.

In order to sustain the vitality in nature, some important substances require to be reproduced as much as they are consumed. For example, water is an indispensable substance. It needs to be renewed as water is used in a cycle. The ecological cycle is the reuse of substances used in nature and the continuation of this process. However, the expulsion of the population, the increase in urbanization, the increase in the use of water in the industry, the destruction of vegetation and the excessive use of water, are factors that disrupt the ecological cycle of water.

During the industrial test studies, the current regulations and the relevant standards published by many domestic and foreign organizations are taken into consideration. In line with the needs of the enterprises, our company also conducts ecological tests within the framework of industrial tests.

In the meantime, our company complies with the TS EN ISO / IEC 17025 Standard for the Adequacy of Testing and Calibration Laboratories. From ÖSAS Accreditation Agency has been accredited and serves within this framework.