MST Study Says Concho River Needs Further Sampling

A study that sought to identify the sources of fecal pollution of the Concho River in Texas, a water body listed as a 303(d) impaired surface water system for dissolved oxygen and bacteria since 2008, noted that creating a larger baseline of E. coli data and further sampling could help control the contamination.-endpar- Source Molecular [...]

Source Molecular’s MST Analysis Cited in FSA Winter Conference Presentation

Source Molecular Corporation was mentioned in a presentation entitled, “Results from an Experiment to Find Sources of Fecal Coliform Bacteria in Stormwater Runoff” at the Florida Stormwater Association’s Winter Conference last month.-endpar- David Tomasko and Emily Keenan of Environmental Science Associates and Charlotte County Engineer Joanne Vernon presented a summary of the results of a [...]

Athens-Clarke County Taps Source Molecular to Identify Waterways Polluter

Source Molecular Corporation is helping Athens-Clarke County in Georgia identify the source of the fecal coliform bacteria that is impairing their streams, whether they come from humans, animals or both.-endpar- Athens Banner-Herald in December reported that Athens-Clarke County plans to have a master plan for water quality in place the next two years. Early last [...]

Source Molecular Gives Teaser of Upcoming Field Filtration Kit

Source Molecular Corporation introduced its upcoming field filtration kit at the Brown Bag Presentation: Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) and Microbial Source Tracking (MST) hosted by Geosyntec Consultants Inc. at its Oakland, California office last month.-endpar- Source Molecular’s Mauricio Larenas disclosed that they are currently finalizing the prototype of a Field Filtration kit that [...]