GLEC has contributed to advancing environmental science
through special research projects sponsored by government,
industry, and research organizations. Whenever special projects
require special expertise, the principal researchers at GLEC
have the contacts and credibility to assemble project teams
composed of top national experts that complement GLEC’s core
capabilities. As a small employee-owned enterprise, GLEC
provides speed, flexibility and close communications through
the design, construction, management and control of special
GLEC laboratory, office
and storage facilities have
adaptable spaces and
specialized equipment to
from custom bioaccumulation
studies to assembling
and shipping testing kits for
national surveys. GLEC’s
experienced staff are also prepared to conduct special studies
in the field utilizing our comprehensive array of field survey and
monitoring equipment and mobile laboratory capabilities.
Special research projects at GLEC have addressed challenges
and answered questions in critical and emerging topics such as:
- Aquatic Toxicity – Development of toxicity identification and
reduction evaluation procedures for EPA’s NPDES program.
- Bioaccumulation/Bioconcentration - Laboratory simulation of
the environmental effects of selenium on the food web.
- Wastewater Treatment – Special laboratory assessment of
the fate and and effects of consumer products processed
through municipal wastewater treatment.
Contact: Dennis McIntyre, Senior Research Scientist
Click to Email 614-487-1040