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  • Jobs | Ct Laboratories

    About CT Laboratories LLC is a full-service environmental laboratory located in Baraboo, WI with over 25 years of experience providing analytical testing services to a wide range of Federal and commercial projects nationwide. The company is classified as a woman owned small business under NAICS Code 541380, Testing Laboratories. Additionally, over half of our staff and analysts are women. Learn more about CT Laboratories here. ​ Salary and Benefits: Starting salary is commensurate with experience. Holiday pay and Paid Time Off (PTO) Health & Dental Insurance Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA) Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Opportunities for over-time pay 401(k) Current Job Postings If no jobs are currently posted, you may still submit an application. We keep all resumes on file for 6 months in the event that a position opens. ​ How to Apply Send the following in an email to . The Subject of your email should be in the following format: "Application - Last, First" Resume / CV Cover Letter Reference(s) ​ Note: If you have not heard back from a representative within 7 business days, please contact 608-356-2760 and ask for Brett. We routinely check our spam folders, but do not catch everything. ​ All resumes are kept on file for 6 months after they have been received. ​

  • Metals Analysis | Ct Laboratories

    Metals Analysis CT Laboratories has extensive experience in metal analyses. We maintain ICP, Cold Vapor and Furnace AA capabilities. This means we can offer you low detection limits to meet the needs of your project. Metals by GFAA Methods: EPA 200.9 EPA 7010 ​ Analytes: Antimony Arsenic Lead Selenium Thallium Matrices: Drinking Water, Water, Solid, Wipes Hardness Methods: EPA 6010C SM 2340B Matrices: Water Mercury Methods: EPA 245.1 EPA 7470A EPA 7471B Matrices: Water, Drinking Water, Solid Hexavalent Chromium Methods: EPA 7196A Matrices: Water Metals by ICP Methods: EPA 200.7 EPA 6010C EPA 6010D ​ Analytes: Aluminum Antimony Arsenic Barium Beryllium Boron Cadmium Calcium Chromium Cobalt Copper Iron Lead Magnesium Molybdenum Nickel Potassium Selenium Silver Sodium Strontium Sulfur Thallium Tin Vanadium Zinc Matrices: Water, Solid, Sludge, Wipes Back to Testing Services

  • Customer Survey | Ct Laboratories

    We Value Your Feedback CT Laboratories is an organization committed to continuous improvement. Please feel free to fill out the Customer Satisfaction Survey to let us know how we are doing. Customer Satisfaction Survey Rate us on Google

  • Sample Receiving Hours | Ct Laboratories

    Sample Receiving Hours Standard Samples: Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Saturdays: Requires prior notification and approval from Project Management ​ Total and Fecal COLIFORM Samples: Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am - Noon ​ Nitrate and BOD Samples: Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm ​ Holidays & Closures (2022) New Year's Day (2022): Saturday, January 1st (observed Friday, December 31st) Closed Martin Luther King Jr Day: Monday, January 17th Open President's Day: Monday, February 21st Open Memorial Day: Monday, May 30th Closed Juneteenth: Sunday, June 19th (Observed Monday, June 20th) Open Independence Day: Monday, July 4th Closed Labor Day: Monday, September 5th Closed Indigenous People's Day (also observed as Columbus Day): Monday, October 10th Open Veteran's Day: Friday, November 11th Open Thanksgiving: Thursday, November 24th Closed Thursday & Friday Christmas Day: Sunday, December 25th (Observed Monday, December 26th) Closed New Year's Day (2023): Sunday, January 1st (Observed Monday, January 2nd) Closed

  • Private Well Testing | Ct Laboratories

    Private Well Water Testing CT Laboratories does not have specific testing bundles because we believe each home owner/client has different needs. We build test kits and adjust pricing accordingly . ​ Our Project Manager, Jodi Serstad , has over 20 years of experience at CT Laboratories determining individual testing needs. Her expertise extends beyond State Drinking Water requirements, and she works with local municipalities, businesses, and individuals on a daily basis. Whether you're an individual home owner, a plumber, or contractor, she can guide you to determine what testing would suit your needs the best. ​ Find her contact information here . ​ Identify your water's symptoms: ​ Go to DNR

  • Biological Testing | Ct Laboratories

    Biological Testing CT Laboratories offers a wide range of biological testing services. We also offer specialty services like Microcystin analyses, Heterotrophic plate counts, and Algal species composition. Our chemists are experienced, and can handle large volumes of samples throughout the busy testing seasons of the year. ​ Please see our sample receiving hours Chlorophyll A Internal Procedure adapted from SM 10200 H - 2011 E. coli SM 9221 Fecal Coliform & Total Coliform SM 9222D SM 9223 Heterotrophic Plate Count SM 9215D Back to Testing Services

  • General Chemistry | Ct Laboratories

    General Chemistry At CT Laboratories, our General Chemistry (or wet-chem) department is one of our busiest. We employ experienced chemists that are well versed in the methods that they are responsible for. There are many short hold time analyses in this department. Our staff works around a detailed time management schedule to make sure all results are generated accurately and efficiently. ​ Please see our sample receiving hours Alkalinity (carbonate, bicarbonate) Method EPA 310.2 SM 2320B Matrices Water BOD - 5 Day (total, soluble, carbonaceous) Method SM 5210B Matrices Water Cyanide (reactive) Method SW-846 Ch. 7.3 Matrices Water, Solid Hardness Method EPA 6010C SM 2340B Matrices Water Nitrogen, Organic Total Method EPA 350.1 EPA 351.2 Matrices Water, Solid Oil & Grease - HEM (with SGT) Method EPA 1664A Matrices Water Phosphorus Method EPA 365.1 EPA 365.4 Matrices Water, Solid Solids, Settleable Method SM 2540F Matrices Water Solids, Percent Method EPA 8000C SM 2540G Matrices Solid Solids, Volatile Suspended Method EPA 160.2 EPA 160.4 SM 2540D Matrices Water Sulfide, Reactive Method ASTM D4978 Matrices Water, Soil Ammonia Nitrogen Method EPA 350.1 SM4500-NH3H Matrices Water, Solid COD Method EPA 410.4 EPA 5220D Matrices Water Flashpoint Method EPA 1010A Matrices Water, Solid Hexavalent Chromium Method EPA 7196A Matrices Water Nitrogen, Total Method EPA 351.2 EPA 300.0 EPA 9056A Matrices Water, Solid Organic Carbon, Total Method EPA 415.1 EPA 9060A Lloyd Kahn Matrices Water, Solid Phosphate Method EPA 9056A Matrices Solid Solids, Total Dissolved Method EPA 160.1 SM 2540C Matrices Water Solids, Total Suspended Method SM 2540D Matrices Water Specific Gravity Method SM 2710F Matrices Water, Solid Anions (bromide, chloride, fluoride, nitrate, nitrite, ortho-phosphate, sulfate) Method EPA 300.0 EPA 9056A SM 4110B Matrices Water, Solid Cyanide (total) Method EPA 335.4 EPA 9012B Matrices Water Free Liquids Method EPA 9095B Matrices Solid Nitrate + Nitrite Method EPA 353.2 Matrices Water, Solid Nitrogen, Total Kjeldahl Method EPA 351.2 Matrices Water, Solid pH Method EPA 150.2 EPA 9040C EPA 9041A SM 4500H+B EPA 9045D Matrices Water, Solid Residue, Total Method SM 2540C Matrices Water Solids, Total Method SM 2540B Matrices Water Solids, Total Volatile Method EPA 160.4 SM 2540D Matrices Water, Solid Sulfide, Total Method EPA 376.1 EPA 9034 Matrices Water Back to Testing Services

  • Surface Water & Sediments | Ct Laboratories

    Surface Water & Sediments CT Laboratories LLC has extensive experience analyzing surface water, pore water, sediments and elutriates in support of multiple USACE Districts, US EPA, State and local government agency projects. Our Projects Surface Water Projects Seasonal Lakes Monitoring - USACE Kansas City District Seasonal Lakes Monitoring - USACE Louisville District TMDL Watershed Monitoring Sediment Testing Projects Mississippi and Missouri Rivers - USACE St. Paul District Waukegan Harbor, IL - USACE Chicago District Gruber's Grove Bay Dredging Typical Testing Procedures Elutriate Generation Including Standard Elutriate, Modified Elutriate, Effluent Elutriate, and State Specific Modifications Surface Water Testing Chlorophyll A, Microcystin, Pesticides, Anions, TOC/DOC, Ammonia (TKN), Metlas, TDS/TSS/TVS, BOD/COD, Phytoplankton, PAH, Cyanide, DRO/GRO, Total/ortho-phosphorus Sediment Testing Grain Size, Atterberg Limits, Specific Gravity, Bulk Density, Phosphorus, Cyanide, TOC, Organics, Pesticides, DRO/GRO, PCBs, PAH, Hexavalent Chromium See all Testing Services

  • Organics Analyses | Ct Laboratories

    Organics Two dedicated teams UPLC - GC - GC/MS capabilities Decades of analyst experience Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) Methods 8015C Modified 8015C State Specific Matrices Liquid, Solid Wisconsin Gasoline Range Organics (GRO) Methods WI GRO Matrices Liquid, Solid VOCs - including Acrolein & Acrylonitrile** Methods 8260C,D Matrices Liquid BTEX, MTBE, PVOC, Napthalene Methods EPA 8260C,D Wisconsin DNR GRO Matrices Liquid, Solid 1,4-Dioxane Methods 8270D,E - SIM Matrices Liquid, Solid TCLP Herbicides (2,4-D and 2,4,5-TP) Methods 8151A Matrices Liquid, Solid Nitroguanidine Methods Lab SOP SV030 Matrices Liquid, Solid Acrylamide Methods 8316 - by UPLC Matrices Liquid Diesel Range Organics (DRO), Oil Range Organics (ORO), and Residual Range Organics (RRO) Methods 8015C Matrices Liquid, Solid VOCs - Standard or Project-Specific List** Methods 8260C,D Matrices Liquid, Solid VOCs - Low Level Analysis** Methods 8260C,D Matrices Liquid, Solid SVOCs - Standard or Project-specific List** Methods 8270D,E 8270D,E - SIM Matrices Liquid, Solid, Waste PCBs Methods 8082A Matrices Liquid, Solid, Oil, Wipes Explosives Methods 8330B Matrices Liquid, Solid Dissolved Gases (Methane, Ethane, Ethene) Methods RSK-175 Matrices Liquid Wisconsin Diesel Range Organics (DRO) Methods WI DRO Matrices Liquid, Solid VOCs - including 2-Chloroethyl vinyl ether** Methods 8260C,D Matrices Liquid VOCs - SDWA List** Methods EPA 524.2 Matrices Drinking Water Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) Methods 8270D,E 8270D,E - SIM Matrices Liquid, Solid, Waste Chlorinated Pesticides Methods 8081B Matrices Liquid, Solid Nitrocellulose Methods EPA 9056M Matrices Liquid, Solid Dissolved Gases (Carbon Dioxide) Methods Modified RSK-175 Matrices Liquid Back to all Testing Services ** Choosing the appropriate test 1. Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH) can refer to numerous test methods and the analysis of many different Petroleum Hydrocarbons and/or boiling point ranges. If you are unsure which TPH range and/or test you need performed, please contact a CT Laboratories Project Manager. ​ 2. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - There are numerous methods, lists, and sampling options associated with VOCs. The required sampling container and hold times will be dependent on the method specified, State in which the sample is collected and/or the regulatory program being followed. If you are unsure which container should be used, please contact a CT Laboratories Project Manager.

  • Physical and Geotechnical | Ct Laboratories

    Physical and Geotechnical CT Laboratories has been expanding into Geo Technical and Physical testing for the past several years. We have grown from sieve and grain size analyses to complex grinding and homogenization of soil for multi-incremental sampling projects. Bulk Density Soil bulk density is the ratio of the mass of dry solids to the bulk volume of the soil. The determination usually consists of drying and weighing a known volume of a soil sample. The core method is one method for determining bulk density that can be used with either re-packed or natural cores. EPA Method 310.1 Standard Methods, Method 2320B Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 1. Physical and Mineralogical Properties. 2nd Edition Flashpoint Flashpoint is determined by heating a sample at a slow, constant rate in a closed vessel and introducing a small flame. The flashpoint is the lowest temperature at which the test flame ignites the vapor above the sample. ​ EPA Method 1010A. Grain Size Grain Size is determined by drying and separating a sample with nested sieves of increasingly smaller mesh sizes by shaking on a mechanical shaker. The percentage of pre-weighed soil sample that passes through each sieve is calculated. ASTM C136-84A, ASTM D451-85 - Standard Test Method for Particle Size Analysis of Soils. Specific Gravity Specific Gravity is the ratio of the masses of equal volumes of sludge or soil and distilled water. Specific gravity is determined by comparing the mass of a known volume of sample to the mass of an equal volume of distilled water at 4 degrees C. SM 2710F- 2011 Elutriate Test Preparation The elutriate test procedure is used to predict both dissolved and particle-associated concentration contaminants in confined disposal area effluents. This method simulates contaminant release under confined disposal conditions by combining localized sediment and water, mixing (slurrying), aerating the slurry, settling the slurry and finally decanting the supernatant water into appropriate containers for chemical testing.​ USACE Modified Elutriate Test D-86-4 Illinois EPA Material Analysis for Dredge and Fill Activities (Section 401) Free Liquids A representative amount of waste is placed in a 60 mesh paint filter. If any portion of the material (liquid or otherwise) passes through and drops from the filter within 5 minutes, the material is reported as containing free liquids. EPA Method 9095B. Puck Milling & Multiincremental Sampling Soils and dried and placed in a sieve until debris is removed. The sieved sample is then placed in a puck mill until a fine powder has been achieved. Multiincremental Sampling may occur prior to or after grinding depending on client requests. This procedure was developed in conjunction with the USACE and EPA Method 8330B. Total Organic Carbon (as % organic matter) The organic carbon that is converted into carbon dioxide after oxidation. SM 5310B EPA Method 415.1 EPA Method 9060A Back to Testing Services

  • Reporting & EDDs | Ct Laboratories

    Reporting & EDDs CT Laboratories LLC takes special care to understand the unique needs of our clients to design custom solutions that exceed expectations. Electronic Data Deliverables (EDDs) CT Laboratories is a strong proponent of electronic data deliverables (EDDs) to reduce the time required to provide our clients with their data, while providing great flexibility in how the data are used. We are also capable of electronically providing laboratory data to third parties, such as regulatory agencies, at the client’s request. ​ Because we have the capability to send clients data and reports electronically, we have become virtually paperless in this area at CT Laboratories. Standard Formats We routinely provide EDDs in a variety of common industry formats, as well as client-specific variations, including: Fixed-length or comma delimited ASCII text Microsoft Excel Worksheet ERPMIS EQUIS SEDD FUDSChem ADR GIS Key Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) Individual State Program formats ​ Level I? Level IV? Find out what the differences are here . Data Transmission CT Laboratories has several approaches currently in place to transmit electronic data to our clients. ​ These methods include: Transmission of data via Internet email Shipment of files via virus-checked CDs Download via access to our secure FTP website. CT Laboratories has a highly capable information systems (IS) staff that is available to answer questions and assist clients with technical issues. We are keenly aware of the need to protect each client’s data from unauthorized access. CT Laboratories has a number of mechanisms in place to limit both internal and external data access to those parties that are authorized by the client or play a vital role in preparing, processing, or transmitting the data. CT Laboratories also has the ability to encrypt each EDD set using a number of protective schemes, including each application’s native password protection or commercial products, such as WinZip. For more information about our EDD service, contact Information Systems Manager, by telephone at 608.356.2760 Electronic Validation Packages CT Laboratories provides a wide variety of data report formats, including Level IV data validation packages, which contain all QC and raw data necessary for independent review and reconstruction of the analytical results. Our electronic version of the Level IV validation package has been enthusiastically received by our clients, reducing or eliminating the need for shipping and storing multi-ream paper reports. Our electronic package is an original – generated directly from our LIMS, not merely a scanned copy (with the exception of chain of custody and laboratory notebooks). Contact Like what you see? Get in touch to learn more. First Name Last Name Email Message Send Thanks for submitting!

  • About | Ct Laboratories

    ABOUT About what makes CT Laboratories different... Experience cannot be overlooked. CT Laboratories LLC has been in business since 1987. We are located in the heart of the Baraboo Bluffs in Baraboo, WI. The lab was started back in the eighties as an off-shoot of the engineering firm Mid-States Associates. Today, we are locally owned and continue to grow. We are always increasing our capabilities and the locations we serve. CT Laboratories' staff is comprised of dedicated, long-term employees. Key personnel, including our Laboratory Director, Project Managers, Group Leaders and Senior Analysts have an average tenure of over 12 years with the company. We also understand that communication is the key to a successful project. Our clients are assigned a specific project manager to take care of their needs from initial project scoping and assistance with QAPP generation, to fulfilling bottle requests and verifying sample receipt through addressing technical issues and final report generation. Quality is not a given or an afterthought at CT Laboratories. Our quality assurance program is designed to ensure legally defensible data. From numerous performance evaluation studies, NELAP and other individual State audits, as well as our in-house program, we continually monitor our quality to ensure our clients get the best results possible. Markets Served Project Managers Quality Assurance OUR TEAM As a Small Business, many of our personnel take on more than one responsibility. We are extremely proud of our team and the expertise they bring to the laboratory. CERESS BERWANGER President & Owner Pan American Business School, 1977 Time at CT Laboratories: 19 years ​ Ms. Berwanger has over 35 years of experience in the environmental laboratory industry, in a variety of financial, technical, regulatory, marketing, project management, sales and managerial positions. Her expertise includes a thorough knowledge of Federal contracting requirements and business management aspects of the laboratory. ​ Learn more about our Woman-Owned Small Business Designation: ​ Woman Owned Brett Szymanski Laboratory Director / Project Manager BA in Management & Human Resources Time at CT Laboratories: 14 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Oversight of operations, strategic planning, monitoring QA/QC issues, personnel and workload allocations. Project Management for Department of Defense , EPA , and other high-profile projects nationwide. Organics Analysis on GC/MS. Field Sampling Consultant. Dennis Linley Business Development / Marketing BS in Wildlife Biology Time at CT Laboratories: 26 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Sales & Marketing Specialty Testing​ Contract Development Project Management Client Relationships Sample Receiving & Processing Reporting Heidi Beckel Wet Chemistry & Microbiology Group Leader BS in Microbiology Time at CT Laboratories: 3 years​ ​ Areas of Expertise: Microbiology sample preparation and analysis. Wet Chemistry sample preparation and analysis. Troubleshooting and optimizing instrumentation. Team management & leadership. David Berwanger VP of Operations / Information Systems Manager AS/BS in Chemistry Time at CT Laboratories: 23 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Analytical laboratory instrumentation. Productivity/cost consulting. Environmental laboratory management. Laboratory network and instrumentation software. Jodi Serstad Project Manager Time at CT Laboratories: 20 years ​ Areas of Expertise ​DNR Waste Water and Drinking Water Compliance. Local Municipalities Testing Needs - Water Treatment Plants Shipping and Receiving Hazardous Waste Disposal Independent Well Water Testing Sample Receiving and Facilities Management Field Resources Adam Zurfluh Semivolatiles & Extractions Group Leader BS in Wildlife Biology Time at CT Laboratories: 9 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Semivolatile Organics Analysis including PCBs, Pesticides, and Explosives. Extraction of Semivolatile Organic Compounds from difficult matrices. Instrumentation & Maintenance - GC and HPLC Team management & leadership Rebecca Duranceau Quality Assurance Manager / Technical Director BS/MS in Chemistry/Medicinal Chemistry Time at CT Laboratories: 15 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Quality Assurance & Accreditations HPLC Analysis - PAHs and Explosives Organics Analysis on GC, GC/MS LC/MS/MS Genotyping See research profile here Erik Catherman Sample Receiving / Facilities Manager Time at CT Laboratories: 2 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Shipping and Receiving Hazardous Waste Disposal Sample Receiving and Facilities Management Client Relationships Sample Processing and disbursement to laboratory personnel Debbie Watts Administrative Assistant Time at CT Laboratories: 15 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Accounts Receivable Human Resources / Payroll Client Relationships Create and Maintain Physical and Electronic Filing Systems Eric Korthals Senior Project Manager / Deputy Technical Director BS/MS in Aquatic Biology/Chemistry Time at CT Laboratories: 31 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Project Management in all areas of CT Laboratories involvement. Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) administration and development. Electronic Data Deliverables (EDDs) development and generation. Randy Digmann Volatiles & Metals Group Leader BS in Water Chemistry Time at CT Laboratories: 32 years ​ Areas of Expertise: Volatile Organic Compounds analysis. Metals analysis. Instrumentation & Maintenance - GC/MS and GC. Team management & leadership

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