Montreal Laboratory Receives PALA Accreditation for Air Microbiology Analysis
EMSL Analytical, Inc. is proud to announce that its Montreal, Québec Laboratory in Canada is PALA certified.
Montreal, QC, January 15th , 2019 EMSL Canada, Inc. is proud to announce that its Montreal laboratory has received certification from the Laboratory Accreditation Program (PALA) administered by the Centre of Expertise in Environmental Analysis of Quebec (CEAEQ). The laboratory is now accredited for air microbiology laboratory testing including fungal air, fungal bulk and Legionella analysis. EMSL’s Montreal laboratory received authorization from the Quebec Ministry of Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change’s.......[Read More]
Indoor Mold Concerns All Too Common Due to Residential Marijuana Cultivation
EMSL Analytical provides testing services, sampling supplies and easy to use test kits to identify mold and other indoor environmental quality (IEQ) issues.
Cinnaminson, NJ, January 14th , 2019 Recently, the Daily Camera published a story about a Colorado man who was arrested for renting homes in the area and leaving them damaged with tens of thousands of dollars of needed repairs. The man is believed to have been using the residential properties to grow marijuana. According to the article, the homes had extensive damage to the walls, floors, electrical systems and plumbing. The homes were also reported to have strong marijuana odors even after they were empty. There was also water.......[Read More]
Indoor Environmental Quality Issues Can Appear Long After Hailstorm Damage
EMSL Analytical provides testing services, sampling supplies, inspection tools and test kits to identify indoor environmental hazards associated with property damage.
Wallingford, CT, January 11th , 2019 WFSB recently broadcasted a report about a severe hailstorm that hit Granby, Connecticut last summer. The news station interviewed property owners that had significant damage to their homes that ranged from roof and siding issues to problems involving skylights and garage doors. Some of the residents were still waiting for repairs to be completed months after the storm due to a slow response from their insurance provider. As time goes on, and repeated rainstorms have hit the area, new.......[Read More]
Imported Curry Powder Recalled Due to Elevated Levels of Lead
EMSL Analytical provides food testing services to help companies identify lead and other contaminants to protect the public and prevent costly product recalls.
Cinnaminson, NJ, January 10th , 2019 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently posted information about a spice mix recall initiated by a New York importer after it was discovered that the product contained elevated levels of lead. Product sampling was conducted as a result of a consumer complaint regarding elevated blood lead levels in a child and FDA testing of the product confirmed elevated levels of lead in the spices. The spices, used in curry powders, were imported from India, Turkey and Egypt and were sold.......[Read More]
EMSL Analytical, Inc. Opens New Environmental Microbiology Testing Laboratory in Jacksonville, Florida Accredited by A2LA
EMSL Analytical, Inc. is proud to announce the opening of its Jacksonville, Florida Laboratory accredited by A2LA for environmental microbiology testing.
Jacksonville, FL, January 9th , 2019 EMSL Analytical, Inc. is pleased to announce that its Jacksonville, FL laboratory will be open for business on Monday, January 14th, 2019. This marks the company’s sixth location in the state of Florida. EMSL has now expanded to 46 testing laboratories throughout the United States and Canada. The Jacksonville laboratory offers quality analysis and customer service for environmental microbiology testing services. EMSL Jacksonville is accredited by the American Association for Laboratory.......[Read More]
National Radon Action Month Reminds Residents to Test Homes, Schools and Buildings
EMSL Analytical offers analytical services and test kits to identify radon exposure risks as recommended by the EPA and Surgeon General.
Cinnaminson, NJ, January 7th , 2019 The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Surgeon General urge all Americans to protect their health by testing their homes, schools and other buildings for radon. This is important as the EPA reports that although there are no immediate symptoms from exposure to radon, exposure in the indoor air over time is estimated to cause about 21,000 lung cancer deaths each year in the United States alone. While many people are aware that radon is a radioactive gas and it can enter a.......[Read More]