ASI passes on-site audit by NH ELAP for EPA Methods 1623/1623.1 (Cryptosporidium and Giardia)

 Analytical Services, Inc. (ASI) successfully passed an on-site audit conducted by the New Hampshire Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NH ELAP) regarding EPA Methods 1623/1623.1 (Cryptosporidium and Giardia). 

On 20 Jun 2017, ASI received an Acceptable Corrective Action Plan (ACAP) letter from NH ELAP that stated: 

“All responses to issues included in the report are considered acceptable to the New Hampshire Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program. This closes out the latest on-site assessment process.”

About ASI

  Analytical Services, Inc. (ASI, located in Williston, VT) is nationally recognized as an expert laboratory for protozoa analysis.  Accordingly, we have been involved in numerous USEPA-sponsored protozoa research projects, including the USEPA’s multi-laboratory validations of EPA Method 1623.1 (2012), Method 1623 (1999) and Method 1622 (1998).  Over the last 20 years, ASI has analyzed more than 30,000 samples for the detection of Cryptosporidium and Giardia using EPA approved methods, and is currently processing more than 300 samples per month for LT2 compliance.