TestAmerica NELAP Accredited in California Despite State’s Decision to Withdraw from Program
Despite California’s decision to withdraw from the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP) effective January 31, 2014, TestAmerica, the leader in environmental testing, continues to provide clients accredited laboratory services. TestAmerica has 16 laboratories, certified in California with no lapse in NELAP accreditation. In addition, TestAmerica’s three California laboratories have obtained certifications in other NELAP states so that they can continue to perform analyses on all out-of-state projects without any lapse in coverage.
“California only gave the laboratory community a three week notice that it was withdrawing from NELAP. We can assure our clients that our NELAP accreditation across our network of laboratories will continue supporting their projects without any disruption,” states James E. Hyman, CEO of TestAmerica.
TestAmerica is the leading environmental testing firm in the United States, with over 90 locations providing innovative technical expertise and comprehensive analytical testing services. Specialty analyses include source, ambient and indoor air, water quality, compliance, desalination, shale gas, specialty organics, emergency response, industrial hygiene, dioxins, drinking water, sediments and tissues, PPCPs and emerging contaminants, explosives, Federal/DoD, and radiochemistry and mixed waste testing.
TestAmerica affiliate companies include EMLab P&K, the leader in analytical microscopy and indoor air quality; and TestAmerica Air Emissions Corp. (METCO Environmental), specializing in air emissions testing. TestAmerica currently employs nearly 2,800 professionals dedicated to exceptional service and solutions for our clients’ environmental testing needs.
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