Plastic pollution assessment and monitoring - standardising the methods EUROqCHARM
Welcome to the fourth edition of our newsletter!
Analysis of microplastics in environmental matrices: results of the interlaboratory comparison study
A key task within EUROqCHARM’s second work package (link to Work Package 2: Validation of methods - EUROqCHARM) is to compare selected methods for plastic pollution monitoring through an ILC study. Pr...
Meeting in Amsterdam: scientists and stakeholders come face to face
The second EUROqCHARM annual meeting was held in Amsterdam on the 15th of September. This was the first occasion for partners and stakeholders to physically meet and discuss the project’s progress and...
Systematic literature review completed
On April 21st, EUROqCHARM experts presented the results of their review of methods and protocols for the analysis of nano-, micro-, and macro-plastic in different environmental matrices.
Third EUROqCHARM newsletter
n the third edition of our newsletter, we would like to share an update on our project with you, by looking both backward and forward. Giving you some of the highlights of what has been done over the ...
Norwegian researchers produce microplastics to reduce microplastics
Norwegian researchers are involved in a huge project aiming to get a better overview of microplastic presence in nature. As part of the project, the researchers must make their own microplastic.