Taking Samples

Any sampling operation must begin with a set of samples. These samples will constitute the final overall sample that will in turn serve as a basis for the constitution of laboratory samples.

Each sampling must be carried out according to a precise protocol whose final objective is the representativity of the sample. That is why before each operation, a precise plan of the size and number of samples is established and that our reports indicate the different samples and the conditions under which these samples were taken.