NMI’s Ultra Trace team is helping train scientists from the Philippines’ Environmental Management Bureau as part of a project sponsored by The World Bank.
NMI has been chosen as the training ground for a group of scientists from the Environmental Management Bureau in the Philippines. Along with his team, Gavin Stevenson, Manager of the Australian Ultra Trace Laboratory, will provide the scientists with hands on training in the laboratory, including the analytical and instrumental steps required to analyse dioxins and furans and other persistent organic pollutants. Sponsored by the World Bank, the capacity building training is designed to improve capability in monitoring air quality and the environment in the Philippines. Two groups of scientists will be working with us. The visiting scientists are:
We welcome them to NMI and hope they enjoy their time with us!