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   Assays / Quantitative       Assays or quantitative analysis determines the amount or percentage of one or more constituents or components of a sample. 
   Bioanalytical (Assays, etc.)       Bioanalytical services perform pharmaceutical, agricultural, biological, microbial, and other life science testing and analysis activities. Bioanalytical services are a subset of companies within the larger field of biotechnology, the science of using biological systems or living organisms to make useful products. Bioanalytical services are used throughout the entire drug development lifecycle. They perform pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic screening and provide expertise with mammalian cell-based assays, biomarkers, radiochemistry, immunoassays, and electrophoresis. 
   Cleanliness Monitoring / Testing       Cleanliness monitoring samples and/or test the cleanliness levels or identifies contamination in cleanrooms through evaluations of cleanroom air, work surfaces, labware, tools, and/or equipment. 
   Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)       Environmental site assessments (ESA) examine soil, sediment, and water for the presence or absence of conditions that are in excess of EPA or state regulations. Testing may include ground penetrating radar, geophysical surveys, soil and/or ground water sampling, and chemical analysis. 
   Field Sampling       Companies provide field sampling. 
   Geotechnical Services       Geotechnical services apply the science of soil mechanics, rock mechanics, engineering geology, and other related disciplines to engineering and environmental projects. 
   Industrial Hygiene Services       Industrial hygiene services can help protect personnel against hazardous chemicals, materials, or other agents in the workplace. 
   Monitoring Programs (Audits / Surveillance)       Monitoring and auditing programs pay attention to groundwater, surface water, air, soil etc. 
   Purity / Quality (Air, Water, Material)       Purity testing companies have the ability to analyze and characterize air, water, food, or other product samples for quality or purity. For example, water quality or purity is often evaluated using Source Drinking Water Analysis (SDWA) methods. 
   Report Preparation       Services include report preparation. 
   Sample Pickup / Report Courier       Companies can pick up or courier samples, test results, or reports. 
   Sample Retention       Sample retention holds samples for a period of time after testing.  The supplier may retain the samples for an extended period of time for an additional storage fee. 
   Stack Emissions / Opacity Testing       Stack emissions or opacity testing tests stack waste-air or combusted gases streams for opacity, particulates, composition (carbon dioxide or sulfur dioxide), temperature, or other properties. 
   Standards Testing / Certification       Standards testing services verify that materials meet established standards by organizations such as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). 
   Toxicity / Reactivity       Toxicity / reactivity analysis is used to determine the toxicity, reactivity, corrosivity, ignitability, or flammability of a substance. 
   Umpire Testing       Umpire testing compares the test results of the same sample, which have been tested by different laboratories. Umpire assayers or referee testers compare the two or more other labs results to their own rigorous internal assays or tests. Interlaboratory comparisons, round robins, or proficiency testing services are a valuable continuous improvement tool that translates into improved measurement quality. 
   Underground Storage Tanks (UST)       Underground storage tank (UST) services perform the inspection, testing, and analysis of underground storage tanks. Services may include the location of tanks using ground penetrating radar, tank integrity, non-destructive testing (NDT) evaluations, sampling of tank contents and surrounding soil, and chemical analysis of samples to soil or ground water contamination. 
   Waste Characterization       Waste characterization of a solid waste is an initial risk assessment step in a program for managing waster streams to meet RCRA guideline. 
   Other       Other unlisted services. 
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   Media Tested / Detected       
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   Air       Air is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, gaseous mixture. It consists mainly of nitrogen (approximately 78 percent) and oxygen (approximately 21 percent). The remaining components are small amounts of amounts of argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, neon, helium, and other gases. 
   Air - Indoor Air       Indoor air is the air within a cleanroom, process building, industrial shelter, coating booth, or production facility. Different levels of air quality are required, depending on the application or facility. 
   Air - Environmental Air       Environmental air testing companies perform outdoor air-quality measurements. 
   Asbestos / Fibers       Asbestos is a mineral that was once used in insulation and other materials. It can cause respiratory diseases and has been classified as carcinogenic. 
   Chemicals       Chemical testing companies test liquid, gas, powder, or solid substances that have a distinct molecular composition and are produced by a chemical process. 
   Gases       Gases include argon, carbon dioxide, phosphine, nitrogen, oxygen, mixed gases, semiconductor gases, medical gases, process gases, and other specialty gases. 
   Hazardous Waste       Hazardous wastes are solid wastes that pose substantial or potential threats to public health or the environment. They are defined as hazardous wastes by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); exhibit one or more characteristics of s hazardous waste (e.g., ignitability, corrosiveness, reactivity, and/or toxicity); and/or are generated by the treatment of hazardous waste, or are contained in a hazardous waste. 
   Herbicides / Pesticides       Companies can analyze or detect the presence of herbicides or pesticides. 
   Heavy Metals (Lead, Chromium, etc.)       Lead, chromium, mercury, and other heavy metal are toxic and persistent in when released into the environment.  Lead is an element that was once used as a pigment and drying agent in paint. An elevated level of lead in the body can cause serious damage to the brain, nervous system, kidneys, and red blood cells. The degree of harm is related to the amount of exposure and the age at which a person is exposed. The Federal government estimates that lead is present in about 75 percent of all private homes in the United States built before 1978. 
   Inorganics       Inorganic substances are mineral in origin, but do not contain carbon in their molecular structure. 
   Microbiological (Mold, Bacterial)       Microbiological companies test for protozoans, algae, fungi, molds, bacteria, and viruses. Viruses include but are not limited to coliform, HPC, enterococci, AOC, colephage, molds, e. coli, etc. 
   Nanomaterials       Nanomaterials are metals, ceramics, polymeric materials, or composite materials with a crystal or feature size in the range of 1 - 100 nm. Nanotechnology products are consolidated materials or devices that utilize nanostructures. 
   PCBs / Dioxins       PCB or Dioxin companies can test, analyze, and/or detect polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) or dioxins. 
   Petroleum Fluids (Oil, Fuel, Distillates)       Companies test gasoline, fuel oils, lubrication oils, distillates, or other petroleum products. 
   Polymers / Organics       Polymers are organic synthetic or processed materials that typically consist of thermoplastic or thermosetting resins. 
   Powders       Powders are finely divided forms of metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, minerals, or other raw materials. 
   Radioactives       Radioactives are materials that release radiation. 
   Sediment       Sediments are insoluble materials deposited from a water suspension. Sediments consist mainly of particles derived from rocks, soil, and organic materials; a major nonpoint source pollutant to which other pollutants may attach. 
   Soil       Soil is the top layer of the earth's surface. It consists of rock and mineral particles mixed with organic matter. 
   Solid Waste       According to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), solid waste is defined as solid, semi-solid, liquid, or contained gaseous materials discarded from industrial, commercial, mining, or agricultural operations, and from community activities. Solid waste includes garbage, construction debris, commercial refuse, sludge from water supply or waste treatment plants or air pollution control facilities, and other discarded materials. 
   Surfaces       Wafer / surface testing companies analyze the composition, thickness, surface roughness, and/or properties of wafers, substrates, and other precision-surfaced materials. Wafer or surface testing is used in semiconductor, electronic, optical, and medical applications. 
   Toxins / Restrictive Substances       Companies can test for or identify toxins or restrictive substances within component, parts or products. 
   Volatiles (VOCs) / Solvents       Volatiles (VOCs) and solvent testing analyzes waste streams, products (resins, coatings, etc.), or air for solvent or volatile organic compound (VOC) content or release. 
   Water       Water (H2O) is a clear, colorless, odorless, and tasteless liquid.   
   Water - Drinking / Potable       Potable water is suitable, safe, or prepared for drinking. 
   Water - Ground       Ground water is water under the earth's surface, regardless of the geological structure in which the water is standing or flowing. Ground water does not include water in underground streams that have identifiable banks and beds. 
   Water - Process / Feedwater       Process water is used in the processing of chemicals or materials. Water purity can have a large impact on process efficiency, yield, and quality. Process water can be a feed or raw material for a chemical reaction; a diluent of acid for etching in semiconductor processing; a vehicle to deliver cleaners, abrasives or polishing media; or a coolant within a heat exchanger. 
   Water - Surface       Surface water is precipitation that does not soak into the ground or return to the atmosphere by evaporation or transpiration. It is stored in streams, lakes, rivers, ponds, wetlands, oceans, and reservoirs. 
   Water - Wastewater / Sludge       Wastewater or sludge is water that has been used for domestic or industrial purposes. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary media. 
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   Test Methods       
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   Auger Spectroscopy (AES)       Auger electron spectroscopy (AES) is an analytical technique that examines material surfaces for low-energy, valance electrons. These low-energy, secondary electrons are used to identify elemental composition. 
   Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AA)       Atomic absorption (AA) spectrometers use light absorption to measure the concentration of gas-phase atoms. An analyte, usually a solid or liquid, is vaporized in a flame or in a graphite furnace with a temperature of 1000° - 1200° K. Atoms absorb ultraviolet or visible light and achieve higher energy levels. Absorption amounts determine the analyte concentration. 
   Chemical Extraction       Chemical extraction services remove elements through a reaction with an extractant solution. 
   Chromatography (GC, HPLC, etc.)       Chromatography separates compounds by their distribution between two phases and produced chromatograms. Examples include ion chromatography, high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), and gas chromatography (GC). 
   Diffraction (X-ray, Electron, etc.)       Diffraction instruments measure crystal structure, grain size, texture, and/or residual stress of materials and compounds. 
   Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP / LA-ICP)       Inductively coupled plasma (ICP) is a very high temperature (7000° - 8000° K) excitation source that efficiently desolvates, vaporizes, excites, and ionizes atoms. Molecular interferences are greatly reduced with this excitation source, but are not completely eliminated. ICP sources are used to excite atoms for atomic emission spectroscopy and to ionize atoms for mass spectrometry.  Laser ablation (LA) is used in conjunction with ICP techniques to analyze solid samples. A laser is used to extract a minute volume from the surface of the solid sample on the order of 10 microns in diameter. 
   Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR, etc.)       Infrared (IR) spectroscopy measures the wavelength and intensity of the absorption of infrared light by a sample. Mid-infrared light (2.5 - 50 µm, 4000 - 200 cm) is energetic enough to excite molecular vibrations to higher energy levels. The wavelength of IR absorption bands is characteristic of specific types of chemical bonds. IR spectroscopy finds its greatest use in the identification of organic and organometallic molecules. 
   Isotopic Analysis       Isotopic analysis can include the identification and quantification of stable or unstable isotopes within a sample. 
   Mass Spectroscopy (RGA, etc.)       Mass spectrometers separate ions by their mass-to-charge (m/z) ratios. They are used to identify compounds by the mass of one or more elements in the compound. They are also used to determine the isotopic composition of one or more elements in a compound. 
   Microscopy / Fiber Examination       Microscopy and metallography study the structure and composition of materials by using low to high powered magnification with optical and electron microscopes, spectrometry, diffraction, X-ray, and other analytical techniques. 
   Optical Emission Spectroscopy       Optical emission spectroscopy may include spark, DC arc, or photo emission. 
   Particle Size / Sieve Analysis       Particle testing services determine particle size or particle count.  These services may include sieving, dynamic light scattering, electrozone sensing, laser diffraction, low angle light scattering (LALLS), microscopy, or sedimentation. 
   Scanning Electron Microscopy       Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) services may include failure analysis, material analysis, and the elemental analysis (EDS) of extremely small particles. SEMs are electron microscopes in which the image is formed by synchronizing a detector with a focused electron beam that scans the object. The intensity of the image-forming beam is proportional to the back scattered or secondary emission of the specimen where the probe strikes. The magnification is controlled by the length or area scanned. 
   SDWA       Companies can analyze and characterize water samples for quality using Source Drinking Water Analysis (SDWA) methods. 
   TCLP       Toxic Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) simulates sanitary landfill containment leaching in waste samples. It was established by the EPA and is also known as EPA SW-846 analytical Method 1311. 
   Trace Analysis (ppm, ppb, ppq)       Trace analysis can detect very low levels of metals, elements, or other chemicals within a sample. The trace level can represent co-contamination or be intentionally added as part of the process. Trace levels are measured in parts per million (ppm), parts per billion (ppb), parts per trillion (ppt), or parts per quadrillion (ppq).  
   UV / Vis Spectroscopy       UV / Vis spectroscopy is used to determine the bulk concentration of a sample by analyzing transmitted light through the sample. Absorption patterns and other optical properties are used to determine the bulk composition. 
   Wet Chemical Analysis       Wet chemical analysis excludes all techniques that use instrumentation for quantitative analysis. It plays on important role in many other analytical applications including coating identification and wear metal identification. 
   X-ray Fluorescence (XRF)       X-ray fluorescence spectrometers (XRF) use a spectroscopic technique (commonly used with solids) in which X-rays excite a sample and generate secondary X-rays. The X-rays broadcast into the sample eject inner-shell electrons. Outer-shell electrons take the place of the ejected electrons and emit photons in the process. The wavelength of the photons depends on the energy difference between the outer-shell and inner-shell electron orbitals. The amount of X-ray fluorescence is very sample dependent and quantitative analysis requires calibration with standards that are similar to the sample matrix. 
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   AIHA       Companies follow American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) standards. 
   APHA       Companies follow American Public Health Association (APHA) standards. 
   AOAC       Companies follow Association of Official Analytical Chemists (AOAC) methods. 
   ASME       The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) formed the Codes and Standards Technology Institute (CSTI) in November 2001 to ensure that ASME standards committees are provided with a continuing source of research in the technologies that they cover. CSTI provides the research and technology development needed to establish and maintain the technical relevance of codes and standards. 
   ASTM       The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) establishes standards for protective equipment. Products that are ASTM-certified comply with specific design specifications for safety. 
   EPA       Companies test in accordance with standards, guidelines, and methods established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 
   MIL-SPEC       MIL-SPEC is a procurement specification established by one or more of military agencies and used for the procurement of military supplies, equipment, or services. 
   NIOSH       Companies test in accordance with National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) methods. 
   NIST       Tests or measurements are traceable to National Institute of Standards and Technology. 
   OEM Specific       Companies have certifications for specific original equipment manufacture (OEM) requirements. 
   RoHS       Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is a European Union (EU) directive that requires all manufacturers of electronic and electrical equipment sold in Europe to demonstrate that their products contain only minimal levels of the following hazardous substances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl, and polybrominated diphenyl ether. RoHS became effective on July 1, 2006. 
   Other       Other unlisted certifications 
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   Industry Applications:       
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   Aerospace / Aviation       Companies test aerospace and avionics materials. 
   Automotive       Companies test automotive materials such as sheet metal, castings, forgings, plastics, rubber, etc. 
   Chemical / Material Processing       Companies provide testing services for the chemical and material processing industries, including the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries. 
   Food / Beverage       Companies provide services to the food and beverage industry.  
   Health Care / Medical       Companies test health care and medical materials. 
   Legal / Forensics       Company provides examinations, investigations, testing, forensic analysis, and/or expert witness or testimony services for legal or litigation applications. 
   Marine       Companies test marine products. 
   Military       Companies test materials and products that are designed for military use.  
   Nuclear / Utility       Companies test materials used by utilities and by the nuclear power industry. 
   Packaging       Companies test packaging materials. 
   Pharmaceutical / Biotech       Companies test materials used in the biotech, drug, or pharmaceutical industries. 
   Piping / Pressure Vessel       Companies test materials used in the manufacture of pipes, tubes, and pressure vessels. 
   Semiconductors / Electronics       Companies test materials used in semiconductors, electronic components, or finished products such as semiconductor wafers, packaged dies or integrated circuits (ICs), electronic packaging materials, industrial electronics, and commercial audio-visual (AV) products. 
   Structural / Construction       Companies test structural materials used in bridges, buildings, towers, concrete structures, and other construction-related items. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted industrial application types. 
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Regional Preference
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   North America       Companies are located in the United States, Canada, or Mexico. 
   United States Only       Companies are located in the United States. 
   Northeast US Only       Companies are located in the Northeast United States; namely Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. 
   Southern US Only       Companies are located in the Southern United States; namely Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C., and West Virginia. 
   Southwest US Only       Companies are located in the Southwest United States; namely Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. 
   Northwest US Only       Companies are located in the Northwest United States; namely Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming. 
   Midwest US Only       Companies are located in the Midwest United States; namely Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. 
   Canada Only       Companies are located in Canada. 
   South / Central America Only       Companies have facilities in South American countries such as Argentina, Brazil, or Chile; or in Central American countries such as Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama, etc. 
   Europe Only       Companies are located in Europe; namely Germany, Ireland, Italy, United Kingdom, etc. 
   South Asia Only       Companies are located in South Asia; namely India, Pakistan, Nepal, etc. 
   Near East Only       Companies are located in the Near East; namely Egypt, Israel, Saudi Arabia, etc. 
   East Asia / Pacific Only       Companies are located in East Asia; namely China, Japan, Taiwan, etc. 
   Other       Other unlisted country or region. 
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