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  • EMSL Will Provide Comments on the ASHRAE Proposed Standard for Controlling Legionella

    The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) released the second draft of their proposed standard for controlling Legionella in building water systems.   EMSL Analytical Inc. has offered comments to this document. “This is a well developed standard that provides simple, cost effective solutions to reduce the impact of bacteria in ...

    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Phigenics Analytical Service Laboratory Recertified

    Phigenics Analytical Service Laboratory (PASL) has been recertified by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).  The PASL recently completed a biennial certification evaluation by an IDPH Laboratory Quality Specialist.  The evaluation required each analyst to demonstrate the proper procedures using correct laboratory techniques.  The inspector also reviewed all quality ...

    By Phigenics, LLC

  • EMLab P&K’s Houston Lab Receives TCEQ NELAP Accreditation for Water Testing

    EMLab P&K is pleased to announce the TCEQ NELAP accreditation of its analytical laboratory in Houston, Texas. EMLab P&K’s water testing lab in Houston is accredited by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for water analysis (NELAP Certificate # T104704489-11-1). EMLab P&K’s Houston lab offers water analysis for drinking water testing and non-potable water ...

    By EMLab P&K

  • Phigenics launches value added reseller program for patented legionella testing technology

    Phigenics LLC, the water services company who is revolutionizing water management with smart analytics software and innovative biological hazard analyses, announced today that it is expanding access to its patented Legionella testing technology to the global water treatment industry. Qualified water treatment providers, consultants, equipment suppliers and analytical laboratories are invited to ...

    By Phigenics, LLC

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