Hawaii Analytical Laboratory, LLC testing lead and asbestos in Honolulu
If you would like to include our laboratory in your proposals, you can use our Statement of Qualification (SOQ) in your submittal.
By participating in the ELPAT program, HAL is an EPA-recognized NLLAP laboratory for paint chips, dust, or soil samples analysis.
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Here is a form that will help you during field sampling so you can track all the sampling information needed to calculate volumes, pump information and project information.
In the field of asbestos, our laboratory is NVLAP accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005.
IRS form used by a company to request your taxpayer identification number.
We are now Hawaii Analytical Laboratory!
Refers to the chronological documentation, showing the custody, control, transfer, analysis, and disposition of the sample.
Our laboratory has competitive prices to help you keep your business local.
In the field of Industrial Hygiene, our laboratory is AIHA LAP, LLC accredited in accordance with the recognized International Standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005.
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:
Compliance agreement to import soil samples from all foreign 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.
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.
We are sending a survey once a year to our customers. If you want to help us improve our business, please let us know what you think about our services by filling the attached survey. Check our incentive to do so!
You can use this form to calculate your air volume using your start time and stop time and flow rates (to be written in military time).