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Environmental Engineering Analytical Center (EEAC)

Environmental Engineering Analytical Center, Civil and Environmental Engineering, 201 More Hall, Seattle, WA 98195
1776-1938 Northeast Pacific Street Seattle Washington 98195 US
(206) 543-1543(206) 543-1543

The EEAC provides analytical instrumentation at break-even costs to support research within the University of Washington.  External parties are also welcome to utilize our instruments according to a different rate schedule.  Our capabilities are focused on the detection and quantification of trace level environmental contaminants, including metals, volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds, inorganic anions, carbon/nitrogen in water, and other pollutants or components of the environment. 

Center Contact
J. Sean Yeung
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Core Laboratory
University of Washington
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