Introducing Materials Insights: Concise, Focused Resource Articles from RJLG

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We are pleased to announce a new initiative by the experts at RJ Lee Group that conveys important material information to our readers in concise, focused resource articles. Every three weeks, our scientists will publish a new topic relating to their field of expertise as a Materials Insights article. Matthew J. Perricone, Ph.D., Principal Investigator and […]

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Application of the Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometer/Mass Spectrometer (LC/MS/MS) Instrument

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LC/MS/MS Instrument Arrives at RJLG Recently obtained by the RJ Lee Group, the liquid chromatography/mass spectrometer/mass spectrometer (LC/MS/MS) is an instrument with exceptional capability for both qualitative and quantitative analysis. It has remarkable sensitivity and is capable of providing fast and accurate identification of targeted compounds of interest. In many instances the instrument will be […]

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A New Chapter of Air Quality Monitoring Has Begun…

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RJ Lee Group is proud to announce our newest teaming partner, Montrose Environmental Group. Montrose is a strategic partner for the environmental analytical services market, helping to scientifically validate Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry (PTR-MS) as an in-field technique for air quality monitoring. The company has a longstanding tradition in environmental measurement and analytical services, […]

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Concrete Publication By RJLG Expert Dr. Eric Giannini

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Dr. Eric R. Giannini, RJ Lee Group’s expert in test method development, and nondestructive testing, has co-authored a new publication in Elsevier: Construction & Building Materials. The article is titled “Characterization of Concrete Affected by Delayed Ettringite Formation Using the Stiffness Damage Test.” In this publication, Dr. Giannini and his colleagues apply the stiffness damage test […]

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Laboratory Testing Guide 2018 Published

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RJ Lee Group is pleased to announce the release of our Laboratory Testing Guide 2018, which features many of the services, methods, and analyses techniques offered by the company. In addition to the categories included in the past, such as environmental and industrial hygiene services, materials characterization services, criminal forensics services, pharmaceutical services, and others, […]

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Adding Value Through an Effective EHS Management System

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Modern companies are faced with numerous international requirements related to Environment, Health, and Safety. Simply being in compliance with national EHS laws and regulations is considered minimum performance. Companies are required to demonstrate those systems and programs are in place to achieve this level of compliance at the national level in order to comply with […]

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RJ Lee Group Offers Lower Detection Limits for Respirable Crystalline Silica

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New OSHA standards for respirable crystalline silica (RCS) have generated quite a bit of discussion among industrial hygiene and environmental health and safety professionals.  Enforcement of the new regulations began on September 23rd, 2017 for the construction industry, with a 30-day grace period so companies had ample time to implement control measures and address any […]

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RJ Lee Group Partners with Penn State University, Establishes Analytical Services Laboratory in State College Innovation Park

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RJ Lee Group, a leading industrial forensics analytical laboratory headquartered in Pittsburgh, announced the signing of a long-term lease to establish an analytical services laboratory in State College at Innovation Park, along with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with Penn State University. The laboratory will be located in the new 310 Building in […]

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Pittsburgh Water Filter Measure Provides Stopgap Lead in Water Protection

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Keith Rickabaugh, CIH, was interviewed regarding testing of water for lead by Don Hopey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh has spent the last several months working to reduce the amount of lead in the city’s drinking water. First, providing free testing to residents, then handing out free water pitcher filter systems for those whose drinking […]

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