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Standards for Environmental Analysis

Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products

Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) Available from Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.

There is growing concern about environmental and human exposure to pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs). PPCPs can be a variety of chemicals, ranging from antibiotics to hormones to pesticides. One common need is for high-quality isotopically labeled standards to improve analysis of PPCPs in difficult matrices such as sewage sludge and wastewater. CIL, with guidance from leading laboratories worldwide, continues to produce representative standards for the analysis of PPCPs. Read more.

  • Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) Available from Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.

Drugs used to treat various medical conditions, insect repellents, and sunscreen all have one thing in common: they serve as unique markers for the human footprint. When these items are used, some wind up in watersheds, water tables, soil and other downstream areas; often they can be concentrated and add to the total exposure profile of the target community. Analyzing samples for pharmaceutical and personal care products helps to identify environmental contaminants that do not originate in the traditional industrial, agricultural or commercial settings.

Ben Priest

Ben Priest

Business Development Manager – Environmental Products

Ben Priest currently holds the position of Business Development Manager – Environmental Standards, where he is responsible for development of stable isotope labeled standards and standard mixtures to meet requirements of researchers, regulatory agencies and commercial testing laboratories worldwide. He is also responsible for development of key partnerships to develop standards for analysis of environmental, food, water, and human exposure samples.