Madisonville, Oct, 2012 - MMLI has acquired certification via the Commonwealth of Virginia's Division of Consolidated Laboratory Services pursuant to the provisions of 1VAC30-46 and the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP). This accreditation is a culmination of hard work and a lot of time from a number of dedicated employees that want to ensure MMLI is in position to provide defensible analytical data.
Madisonville, May, 2012 -. The results are in from the March 2012 Cryptosporidium/Giardia proficiency testing (PT) and again MMLI placed above the national average and had the highest recoveries using the Filta-Max method. Analyses from 54 Laboratories were received by the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene.
The Kentucky Division of Water has posted the new LT2 reporting forms to the DOW website. These forms are for use by the Schedule 4 systems required to report their results to the KY Division of Water. There are separate forms available for reporting of Cryptosporidium and E. coli as the Schedule 4 systems are testing for either Cryptosporidium or E.coli. For more information click here: LT2 E. Coli Report Form
In response to the recently published recommendation for enhanced monitoring for Hexavalent Chromium (Cr-6) in Drinking Water from the EPA. McCoy & McCoy Laboratories Inc has demonstrated capabilities for the designated method (EPA 218.6) and is accepting samples.
Due to emerging scientific evidence that Hexavalent Chromium (Chromium-6 or Cr6), could pose health concerns, the EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson committed to address this contaminate in drinking water by issuing guidance to all water systems. The EPA is delivering on that promise and has issued guidance recommending how public water systems might enhance monitoring and sampling programs specifically for Hexavalent Chromium.