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The operator is using a new liquid sampler to withdraw a sample from a hazardous waste drum. The sampler was developed by Advanced Concepts & Design, a new small business based in Richland that Pacific Northwest National Laboratory helped through the Economic Development Office. The company opened a manufacturing facility at the Richland Industrial Center in October 1998. The devices are also manufactured in Spokane.

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Document Title: AC&D Liquid Sampler
Category: Economic Development and Technology Commercialization, Environmental Remediation
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: 1998
Background: To assist the company in its startup phase, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory evaluated commercially available liquid sampling devices through its Technical Assistance Program. The Laboratory also provided funding for Washington State University Tri-Cities to conduct a third-party, comparative analysis of AC&D's new sampling device against standard practices. These studies confirmed the company's product claims, enabling AC&D to challenge longstanding sampling misconceptions, leading to increased sales and a larger market share.
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