Miura Institute of Environmental Science focuses on survey and measurement of environmental contaminant levels and works on development and commercialization of treatment technology for environmental contaminants such as dioxins and PCBs, in accordance with our basic philosophy which states: “In order to solve existing or potential environmental issues, we endeavor to preserve environment-related information along with high-level analysis technology and develop - at our own expense - an environment improvement business which will convey benefits inside and outside our company.”
As a core of research centers, we respond to the customers’ needs adequately, promptly providing reliable data from our high accuracy and quality control system, applying our cutting-edge facilities and instruments to provide our proven high-level measurement technology for ultratrace environmental contaminants.
- Dioxins and PCBs
- PCBs in Insulating Oil and Organic pigment
- Endocrine disrupters
- Working Environment Measurement
- Indoor Environment Measurement
- Survey of Soil Pollution
- Liner Alkylbenzene Sulfonate
- Heavy metals
ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited Testing Laboratory Accredited Specified Measurement Certification Business Operator Organization with Qualification for Receiving an Order from the Ministry of the Environment
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
We will develop products which can contribute to our society, by studying (with industrial - academic - government cooperation) environmental technology, which is the most important issue in a modern recycle-based society. This product development will include measurement and countermeasure technologies for ultratrace environmental contaminants and endocrine disrupters, as well as waste recycling.
Opend Miura endowed chair
The Faculty of Agriculture, Ehime University Laboratory of Environmental Science for Industry
We conduct basic studies on environmental measurement technology and waste recycling, and intend these studies to be applied and practical by inaugurating an endowed chair in Ehime University and donating the “Environmental Industry Research Center (Miura Museum)” to the University.