Quality Environmental Containers
…isn’t just our name, it’s our promise. Making good on that promise is at the very heart of our growth and success since we shipped our first containers in 1994.
Our rigorous quality standards have helped us establish an unequalled reputation for excellence and reliability throughout the United States.
QEC’s product line is designed by one of the nation’s Top 50 environmental laboratories specifically for the environmental industry. Our quality assurance program has been reviewed and checked at every step to ensure that all of our products meet the highest standards the industry demands.
Our attention to the details– such as leak and break resistant closures, bleed resistant label stock, non-volatile adhesives and preleached septa– make QEC products the industry standard for pre-cleaned sampling containers.
Every container shipped to you follows a strict quality assurance plan through each phase of cleaning, certification, packaging and shipping to arrive worry-free at your facility.
Customer service begins with first contact from one of our trained account professionals.
Working together with you, we determine what your precise needs are– from product specifications, pricing, transportation, or controlling inventory costs– and develop a detailed service plan to meet your unique needs.
QEC’s quality assurance program begins with our commitment to quality products and customer service. QEC has developed an extensive QA/QC program designed to meet the needs of our customers, and to provide a consistently reliable quality product every time. If a question ever arises regarding any QEC product, the customer is assured of a prompt and thorough response from our Quality Assurance Manager within 24 hours.
All QEC products and their components undergo strict evaluation and inspection before being released into production.
Precleaned and Precleaned Certified containers are specially prepared using a cleaning procedure that consistently results in containers that meet or exceed requirements in US EPA’s “Specifications and Guidance for Contaminant-Free Sample Containers”.