In the field of Industrial Hygiene, our laboratory is AIHA LAP, LLC accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2017. Please accreditation certificate below. Our laboratory undergo proficiency testing several times a year to maintain the highest possible standards of proficiency and performance in the industry. Here are the results for mold (EMPAT), lead (ELPAT), and various IH analyses (IHPAT):
AIHA LAP 101812_certificate expires 1-1-2025 - Hawaii Analytical Lab (pdf)Download
101812_ELPATAir_124 HAL (pdf)Download
101812_ELPAT_123 dust, soil, paint HAL (pdf)Download
PCB,OCP & TCLP RCRA 8 DOD PAT - HW0723 Final Report September 2023 (pdf)Download
EMPAT 75 - Direct 3 - 2023 (pdf)Download
101812_IHPAT_234 HAL (pdf)Download
In the field of asbestos, our laboratory is NVLAP (NVLAP LAB CODE 200655-0 Testing) accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2017. Please accreditation certificate below. Our laboratory undergo proficiency testing twice a year to maintain the highest possible standards of proficiency and performance in the industry. Here are the results:
In the field of Environmental Analysis, our laboratory is in the process of getting DOD ELAP accreditation for TCLP lead analysis (in a first place) through the accrediting body PJLA. Due to workload our audit has been pushed back several times. Meanwhile,please find below are the proficiency testing results for OCP, PCB and RCRA 8 metals in soil.
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Our laboratory is registered to performed the duties specified in Chapter 11-504-19 for regulated facilities and will abide by the rules set forth in the Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 11-501 through 11-504.
Compliance agreement to import soil samples from all inter-state sources for testing purposes in a controlled laboratory environment. Please print this permit prior to shipping soil samples from outer islands and place it with your COC, the DOA Quarantine Branch will inspect it.
Please contact our lab prior to shipping outside of Hawaii soil samples!!
We need to provide you with special instructions on how to ship your samples and request for special labels that need to accompany your package. The package needs to be sent to a Plant Inspection Station first where your samples will be treated and then it will be released and shipped to our lab (if the labels are in order).
Please read our USDA Soil Permit below attentively.
Files coming soon.
By participating in the ELPAT program, HAL is an EPA-recognized National Lead Laboratory Accreditation Program (NLLAP) for paint chips, dust, or soil samples analysis. Here is the link to find the most recent list:
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