ALS Life Sciences is one of Europes leading laboratory groups for the testing of environmental, pharmaceutical and food samples. By combining a comprehensive portfolio of tests with a strong focus on service and an on-line presence we have achieved an enviable reputation as the laboratory of choice.

Latest news

ALS to present at RemTech in Italy 20th-22nd September

Sep 8, 2017
Paul Gribble from ALS has been invited to talk about “Innovative characterisation Techniques” for PFAS at RemTech 20th-22nd September. RemTech is a European Conference on remediation markets and technologies and the largest of its kind in Italy. The lecture will cover analytical methods used for total PFAS... Read more »

New LinkedIn pages for ALS

Aug 23, 2017
We are in the process of consolidating our social media presence to better represent our service lines in one place. To accomplish this a number of “Showcase pages” have been established under one single LinkedIn company page for ALS. Click here to follow the new ALS Nordic and Mainland Environmental page today. A list of all our showcase pages can be found Read more »

Fipronil testing in eggs

Aug 15, 2017
Following the recent “Fipronil egg scandal” where millions of eggs, and food products containing eggs, have been removed from supermarket shelves across Europe ALS now offers testing of Fipronil in eggs. Fipronil has been used as an insecticide to combat fleas, lice and ticks on animals. However, the compound has been banned by the EU for use on animals destined for human consumption. The analysis is performed at our sites in Chatteris, UK, Prague, Czech Republic and Zoppola,... Read more »

ALS in europe

ALS Life Sciences in Europe employs over 3000 professional laboratory and support personnel in 50 locations across 15 countries. The European network consists of modern, analytical, ISO 17025 accredited laboratories and national service centers. Main laboratories are located in the Czech Republic, Sweden, United Kingdom, Turkey, Portugal, Italy and Denmark. National service centers and smaller laboratories are located in Norway, Finland, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Ireland, Austria and Spain.