Allegra Method can be applied as follows:
surveillance programs, as an adjuvant tool, allow a preliminary
diagnosis of conditions in each location potentially affected
by mercury pollution. Based on this initial assessment, the authorities
have greater autonomy to prioritize the analysis of more critical
samples, including the testing of soil, sediments, waste, and
analysis of workers' exposure to mercury vapors allows follow-up
of workers' health
evaluation of fish before human consumption prevents food poisoning
from fish that are already contaminated.
can be performed on treatment processes for waste and effluents
of fish for export provides the QUALITY SEAL as a competitive
of a databank for the industry or municipalities with a history
of pollution allays consumers' fears and prevents false alarms.