EAL - Analytical Services

The Environmental Analysis Laboratory (EAL) specialises in a range of quality analytical services:

Operating since 1993,  EAL is part of Southern Cross University (SCU), located at the Lismore campus.

Strong partnerships with SCU's Special Research Centres, and EALs flexibility and capacity to diversify, enables the laboratory to adopt new and innovative techniques as they are developed and tested, through ongoing research.

Management and staff have a strong commitment to quality assurance. EAL holds NATA accreditation for a wide range of tests. All analysis is backed by rigorous quality control procedures, with proven reproducibility through regular proficiency trials. EAL provides world-standard work in the shortest possible time frame, at commercially competitive prices. Full confidentiality and security are provided for all analytical work.

To submit samples to EAL, please refer to the Sample submission page for delivery address, Turn-around times and pricing information.

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Accreditation No: 14960


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Contact Us

T: (02) 6620 3678
F: (02) 6620 3957
E: eal@scu.edu.au

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday, 8am - 4pm

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Australian Biological Farming Conference and Expo, November 2018

EAL is excited to be part of the upcoming Australian Biological Farming Conference and Expo. Join us from Friday 9th to Monday 12th of November 2018 at the Southern Cross University Gold Coast campus. More information...

New national acid sulfate soil manuals released

National acid sulfate soil guidance documents were published in June on the Water Quality Australia website http://www.waterquality.gov.au/

These national documents supersede previous manuals, but should be used in conjunction with state guidelines.

Nick Ward, Nadia Toppler and Graham Lancaster, of EAL, co-authored the following manuals and are happy to answer any queries:

- National acid sulfate soils identification and laboratory methods manual

- National acid sulfate soils sampling and identification methods manual

- Overview and management of monosulfidic black ooze (MBO) accumulations in waterways and wetlands.


Australian Macadamia Conference 2018

The Australian Macadamia Conference 2018 is fast approaching.

The premier event on the macadamia calendar, it runs from Tuesday 13th to Thursday 15th November, on the Gold Coast. More information...