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Marine Chemist Service takes great pleasure in servicing its client’s needs. In that effort, MCS offers a continuously updated newsletter, as well as additional information on the below products and services.

Our Services

    • Asbestos Sampling, Analysis and Surveys
    • Blowers and Portable Ventilation Products (CoppusⒸ)
      a worldwide distributor of CoppusⒸ products
    • Burning Hose Identification & Security Device (BHISD)
    • Hazardous Waste Sampling and Analysis
    • Hexavalent Chromium Sampling and Analysis
    • High Purity Water Systems and Cartridges (Aries Filter Works)
    • Industrial Hygiene Services
    • Ion-Exchange Resins and Carbons (Purolite)
    • Lead Sampling, Analysis and Surveys
    • Marine Chemist Inspections
    • Mold Sampling, Analysis and Inspections
    • Non-Sparking Tools (AMPCO)
    • Noise Monitoring and Surveys
    • Non-Destructive Examination/Testing (NDE/NDT)
    • Non-Destructive XRF LeadBased Paint Testing
    • Paint Sampling and Analysis
    • Phase 1 Site Assessments
    • Soil Sampling and Analysis
    • Training Class (Environmental Health and Safety)
    • Water (drinking and waste) Sampling and Analysis
    • Water Purification Systems and Cartridges (Aries)

Blog

Bulk Carriers to Adopt Wärtsilä Dual-Fuel Engine Technology

In the News
The increasing use of LNG as a marine fuel is further emphasized with the latest order for Wärtsilä's dual-fuel engine technology. A new cement carrier being built at the Scheepswerf Ferus Smit yard in the Netherlands will feature a six-cylinder Wärtsilä 34DF main engine, making it the first bulk carrier to adopt Wärtsilä's multi fuel capability.
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Fatal injuries and nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving insects, arachnids, and mites

In the News
Annual nonfatal work-related injury and illness case counts involving insects, arachnids, and mites that led to days away from work ranged from 4,930 to 6,870 between 2008 and 2010. Most of these nonfatal cases were due to stings or bites, some venomous and some nonvenomous.
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Testimonials

Very informative

Very informative on new regulations.
John M.’s opinion of April’s update class

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Better than better

Better than better. Excellent PowerPoints, and drives the point home.
Roman W. (EHS Supervisor) review of January’s update class

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Wow!

Wow! What a great class.
Kendall S. excitement regarding December’s initial class

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