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SGS Minerals Services in Tianjin, China Now Licensed by The Ministry of Land and Resources (MOLAR) for Geochemical Services
SGS is pleased to announce that SGS Minerals Services geochemical laboratory in Tianjin, China, has successfully completed the site and technical evaluation for licensing under the Ministry of Land and Resources (MOLAR), Peoples' Republic of China, Tianjin. The evaluation procedure was an overview of the quality system and of technical documentation and protocols, proficiency testing, training procedures, calibration traceabilities, reference materials and Health, Safety and Environment. This license is required by the MOLAR, as of January 2009, to carry out geochemical analysis. The lab is required to renew this license every five years, and will be audited annually by the licensing body.
The Tianjin geochemical laboratory is equipped with a high volume sample preparation facility, multi-pour fire assay, ICP-AES, XRF, carbon/sulfur and classical analytical methods. This licensing covers fire assay gold and Ag, As, Bi, Cu, Co, Fe, Ni, Pb, Sb and Zn by acid digest AAS and a 33 element acid leach ICP-AES package.
SGS is the global leader and innovator in inspection, verification, testing and certification services. Founded in 1878, SGS is recognized as the global benchmark in quality and integrity. With over 5,000 employees, SGS operates a network of 1,000 offices and laboratories around the world.
Russ Calow, Vice President
Alex Chong, Geochem Manager, China
Leon Liu, Marketing & Special Projects SH
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