March, 2015 - MMLI's Lexington Laboratory, has successfully completed the Commonwealth of Kentucky's Wastewater Certification Program audit. Since 1952 MMLI has generated sound and defensible data. Before the KY Wastewater Certification Program was in existence, MMLI adopted the NELAP quality system protocols in all laboratories. These certification programs enables laboratory users to feel confident their analytical results were derived within a quality system that meets or exceeds EPA requirements.
My name is Dan Wallenhurst. I am the Director of Safety and Compliance at Echoing Hills Village in Ohio. Our organization was recently notified by a parent of one of our campers in our program for children with special needs that crypto was diagnosed by a hospital in Akron, Ohio. Because we have a surface water plant under the guidelines of the Ohio EPA, McCoy Labs was recommended to me by the Ohio EPA as a certified lab that could test for Crypto.
EC Labs took real good care of us as AA Federal Credit Union for many years and I am happy to say that McCoy & McCoy is carrying on that same great service as AA FCU merged into Crane Credit Union. It is great to know that I do not have to worry about the testing of our well water, that it will be all taken care of on time!! Thanks so much!!
- Joyce Bridgette, Branch Manager, Crane Federal Credit Union
I would like to thank all of you for the great effort you put in to getting samples turned around last week. You stayed late most days and made sure everything was in order before you left. Samples were turned around in 24 hours, and you came through when we needed you most. Just like I thought you would do! Again THANKS SO MUCH for everything last week, including the work Saturday.
Bobby Oldham, Environmental Manager - Armstrong Coal
Madisonville, January, 2016 - MMLI was proud to co-sponsor the Kentucky Association of Manufacturer's Day at the Capital. This time is set aside for key leaders of manufacturing to get "front and center" with policy makers within state government. Time was spent with not only legislators, but with the Governor as well. Discussions revolved around, logistics, tax reform, the budget, and of course workforce development. All were healthy discussions that Kentucky's manufacturing sector must continue to be involved in. Go to www.kam.us.com for more information. And if you are not a member this is a good time to consider it.