Environmental fate studies
Environmental Fate studies investigate the interactions between coumpounds and the environment. These fate studies are typically designed for new chemicals, products or formulations not present in the market. GMW is evaluating the potential of the material to cause problems in the environment. Fate testing can be done for registration or label claims, such as “this material is readily biodegradable”.
Environmental fate studies in combination with ecological effects studies determine the environmental safety of a compound.
Using our network of contacts, we can assure inclusion of soils from all around Spain. A suitable test site selection, precise plot spraying, zero contamination sampling are carried out by GMW.
GMW has created a Soil-Network in order to offer the type of soil that each area of land study demands
The Quality Assurance Unit (QAU) is a main part of GMW; we use an independent Quality Assurance staff to monitor all studies (both in the laboratory and the field). Systems and processes are developed to increase organizational adherence to Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
The Quality Assurance Unit monitors all phases of the study conduct and provides updates and recommendations that increase study quality, dead lines, and efficiency.
Certificate of Compliance with Good Laboratory Practice
Certificate number: 10/29/BPL047