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MPL Laboratories NATA Accreditation Extended to Analysis of Alcohols in Water and Air

Envirolab Group is pleased to announce MPL Laboratories has taken another step forward with NATA Accreditation extended to include the analysis of Alcohols (list of 12) in waters and sorbents.


Following a satisfactory technical review of the methods and associated data by NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities, Australia), scope of accreditation has been extended to include the following:

Service Product Determination Technique Procedure
Analysis for industrial chemicals Air – Ambient; Ground waters; Industrial waters - Treated; Leachates; Saline waters; Sewage; Sorbents; Trade wastes Cyclohexanol; Diacetone alcohol (2-pentanone, 4-hydroxy-4-methyl-2pentanone); Ethanol; Isoamyl alcohol; Isobutyl alcohol (isobutanol, 2methylpropan-1-ol); Methanol; Propan2-ol (isopropyl alcohol, isopropanol, 2propanol); sec-Butanol (secbutylalcohol, 2-butanol); methyl isobutyl carbinol MIBC;  n-butyl alcohol; propyl alcohol GC-MS;
In-house ORG-002, In-house ORG-003, Inhouse ORG-22, In house ORG026. Other Alcohols in accordance with ELN-P09.


The above and current scope of accreditation of MPL Laboratories can be found in the NATA website directory


NATA Accreditation is about confidence - yours and that of your clients when relying on laboratory testing results for well-informed decision-making. Importantly, you can benefit from this additional recognition of expertise when sending alcohol samples and receiving test results that also meet MPL Laboratories' three core values criteria, Quality, Reliability and Service


Well done to MPL Laboratories’ Group Organics Manager, David Williams and the MPL Laboratories Organics team!


About NATA 

NATA is an authority that provides independent assurance of technical competence through a proven network of best practice industry experts for customers who require confidence in the delivery of their products and services.


For more information about assessment and accreditation, visit the NATA website.  

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