The Pace Analytical dioxin testing laboratory is certified to perform work in virtually every state that maintains a formal Dioxin Certification Program—and, of course, can perform dioxin testing in all areas where no formal certification requirements exists. State by state information can be found in the certification tables below. Many of these state certifications are based upon a reciprocal agreement with the NELAC certification program. Pace Analytical was a member of the inaugural class of labs to receive NELAC accreditation and has maintained a continuous relationship with this organization since that time.

Pace Analytical is also certified under ISO 17025 to meet the stringent requirements of the European Union for laboratories accredited to test food and animal feed for dioxin/furan and/or PCB Congeners. Finally, Pace Analytical has maintained a validation by the US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) for many years—and since that organization’s transition to NELAC+—has self certified its ability to meet the dictates of the Department of Defense Quality Assurance Plan and perform USACE sponsored analytical work.

Pace Analytical is certified, recognized or has performed work under the following programs:

  • USACE
  • USEPA
  • NELAP
  • ISO 17025
  • USDA
  • US FDA
  • EPA-CLP
  • (Multiple States – Various Matrices)

State Dioxin Certifications

State
Program
Certifying Organization
Certification #
Alabama
DW via EPA Region 5
Dept. of Environmental Management
40770
Arizona
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept. of Health Services
AZ0014
Arkansas
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept. of Environmental Quality
Pace Analytical
California
DW, S/HW
Dept. of Health Services
2155
Colorado
DW
Dept. of Public Health and Environment
Pace Analytical
Connecticut
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept of Public Health
PH-0256
Delaware
DW
Health and Social Services
Pace Analytical
EPA Region 5
DW
Water Division
WD-15J
Florida
Environmental
Dept of Health Services
E87605
Georgia
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept. of Natural Resources
959 (DW)
Hawaii
DW
Dept of Health
SLD
Illinois
DW via EPA Region 5
Illinois EPA
WD-15J
Indiana
DW via EPA Region 5
Dept of Health
WD-15J
Kansas
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept. of Health and Environment
E-10167
Kentucky
DW Direct Certification
Department for Environmental Protection
90062
Louisiana
DW
Department of Health and Hospitals
LA000013
Louisiana
WW, S/HW
Dept. of Environmental Quality
84596
Maine
DW via EPA Region 5
Dept of Human Services
WD-15J
Michigan
DW
Dept. of Public Health
9909
Minnesota
DW via EPA Region 5
Dept. of Health
WD-15J
Nevada
DW, WW
Bureau of Licensure and Certification
MN_64_2004_14
New Jersey
DW, WW, S/HW
Department of Environmental Protection
MN002
New York
WW, DW
New York Dept. of Health
11647
North Dakota
E-DW, WW, S/HW
Dept.of Health & Consolidated Laboratories
R-036
Ohio
DW via EPA Region 5
Ohio EPA
WD-15J
Oklahoma
WW, S/HW
Dept. of Environmental Quality
9507
Oregon
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept. of Environmental Quality
MN 200001
Pennsylvania
DW, S/HW
Department of Environmental Protection
DEP 68-563
South Carolina
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept. of Health and Environmental Control
74003001
South Dakota
DW via MN cert
Dept. of Health
WD-15J
Tennessee
DW
Reciprocity – MN Dept. of Health
TN02818
Texas
DW
Commission of Environmental Quality
TX260
USCOE
8290
Dept. of the Army
PACE
Virginia
DW Reciprocity-MN
Dept. of General Services
00251
Washington
DW, WW, S/HW
Dept. of Ecology
C218
Wisconsin
DW, E
Direct Certification Dept. of Natural Resources
999407970