Oil, water analysis: Wilks Enterprise Inc.

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A White Paper entitled, "Will Your Oil in Water Analysis Method Match the Regulatory Method?" was recently published by Wilks Enterprise. The paper discusses a number of factors that need to be considered when comparing oil and grease in water methods. These include methods that may measure different properties of oil, precision and bias statements for each oil in water method, operator errors, obtaining grab samples, and sample disparities.
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