Total Petroleum Hydrocarbon In Food
Can the lipid content of fish affect the total petroleum hydrocarbon (tph) readings when using the tph in food: aoac 2006.3 method ?
We are an environmental organisation investigating concerns by residents of fish and other marine life continuously dying on beaches where an oil spill has occurred and was 'cleaned up'. We did tph analysis and found that the fish had concentration ranging from 2000 - 28 000 mg/kg tph and the same for sediment samples. We took this information to our local authorities and they informed us that the tph in food methodology referenced in the horwitz, w. (ed). Official methods of analysis of aoac international, 17th ed. Vol. I and ii. Maryland, usa : aoac international, 2000. "would be inflated by the lipid/oil content naturally occurring in the fish and therefore is unusable as in indicator hydrocarbon pollution or of risk to human health due to consumption. Please advise us.+undefined Other Responses
I am a research analyst working for the petrochemical domain at a premier global provider of customized procurement intelligence services specializing in sourcing, supply chain visibility, financial risk analysis and green procurement. Some of our customers are the largest in the world, including over 70 of the fortune 500.
We are doing a market research to understand the 1 pentene market. I would like to seek a teleconference to discuss the same.
Below are the key pointers for which we seek information:
â¢ value chain for 1-pentene,major raw materials for the production of 1-pentene
â¢ downstream demand split by end use sector for 2013 (global, asia,china, india & middle east)
â¢ market size for 1-pentene (global, asia, china, india & middle east)
â¢ market share for suppliers (china, india & middle east)
kindly let us know if you can assist us with this. We are willing to compensate for expert advice on an hourly basis
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We are looking for a petrochemical expert, specifically in aromatics products, naphtha and olefin products, and their macroeconomics interaction.+9 Other Responses