||LUMIStox 300 Bench Top Luminometer ECLOX Handheld Luminometer: Joint Verification Report.
M. T. Anderson ;
||Battelle Memorial Inst., Columbus, OH.; Lange (Bruno) G.m.b.H., Berlin (Germany, F.R.).; Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Research and Development.
Waste water ;
Water pollution monitoring ;
Performance evaluation ;
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Environmental technology verification (ETV) is an independent (third party) assessment of the performance of a technology or a product for a specified application, under defined conditions and quality assurance. This verification is a joint verification between Danish Centre for Verification of Climate and Environmental Technologies (DANETV), the U.S. Environmental Technology Verification (U.S. EPA ETV) Advanced Monitoring Systems (AMS) Center and the Canadian ETV Program (ETV Canada). The objective of the verification was to evaluate the performance of a wastewater rapid toxicity technology that can be used to monitor industrial or domestic wastewater.