Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program
Request Analytes to be made Available for Accreditation
Minnesota Statutes, 144.98, subd. 3a (b) requires the commissioner maintain and publish a list of analytes available for accreditation. The list must be reviewed at least once every six months, and any changes published in the State Register and posted on the program’s website.
The Minnesota Department of Health Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (MNELAP) is in the process of reviewing the list of analytes currently available for accreditation, see:
If one wishes to have MNELAP consider other analytes to add to the list above, please provide a spreadsheet with the following information for each requested analyte:
- Analyte name
- Reason for the addition (e.g. state or federal mandate, program requirement, client request)
- TNI analyte code, which are available here: National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Management System
Please email your proposed additions to Lynn Boysen at email@example.com by July 15, 2016. If previously requested analytes do not appear on the list of available analytes, please resubmit them at this time using this process for consideration.
The Forum on Environmental Accreditation Meeting, “Technology Innovation, Citizen Science: What’s Next?” is scheduled for August 8-12, 2016 in Orange County California.
The 2016 Environmental Measurement Symposium, which is the combined meeting of the Forum on Environmental Accreditation and the National Environmental Monitoring Conference (NEMC), will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Orange County, CA. The symposium is co-sponsored by The NELAC Institute (TNI) under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).