ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH was founded as a privately owned, independent enterprise in 1993, and joined the SynTech Research Group in November 2021.
In compliance with Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), we perform standardised ecotoxicological tests in the laboratory as well as at semi-field and field level.
Find us at
ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH
Böttgerstraße 2 – 14
65439 Flörsheim am Main
Phone: +49 6145 9564-0
Fax: +49 6145 9564-99
Open position: Regulatory affairs / consultancy in ecotoxicology
ECT is currently seeking a scientist (biologist, environmental scientist or comparable qualification) to complement our team for regulatory affairs/consultancy. The focus is laid on the environmental assessment of industrial chemicals (REACH – EU).
Open position: Technician in aquatic toxicology
ECT is currently seeking a technician (BTA, CTA, environmental engineer, or comparable qualification) to complement our team. The main activities of the technician are aquatic toxicity testing with algae, macrophytes, invertebrates and fish under GLP.
Meet ECT and the SynTech Research Group at the SETAC Europe 33rd Annual Meeting
The SETAC Europe 33rd annual meeting will take place in Dublin (Ireland) from 30 April to 4 May 2023. ECT contributes to this meeting with the platform and poster presentations listed below. Please come and meet us at our presentations or at the SynTech Research Group booth 14!
New publication on chemical sensitivity of earthworms from field populations
The environmental risk of pesticides for nontarget soil macroorganisms has mainly been assessed using the compost earthworm Eisenia fetida. However, E. fetida does not occur in agroecosystems and it is generally less sensitive than other earthworm species. Thus, the extrapolation of its response to pesticides to other earthworm species may lead to uncertainties in the […]
ECT at the 3rd Global Soil Biodiversity Conference
Launched by the Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative, the 3rd Global Soil Biodiversity Conference will take place in Dublin on 13-15 March 2023. At this meeting, recent advances in the field of soil biodiversity will be presented and discussed addressing the urgency of meeting global challenges related to human, animal and plant health and a more […]