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Maine Laboratory Accreditation
In Maine, laboratory accreditation is required by several regulatory programs including drinking water, waste water, and diesel residual organics/gasoline residual organics. Laboratories are accredited by the test (examples: Arsenic, Bacteria, Radon), so it is necessary to check with a laboratory to find out what they are accredited to test for. The tests which laboratories are able to do can change regularly. You may confirm what tests are done by a laboratory or ask any other questions regarding laboratory quality by contacting Laboratory Accreditation Officer Christine Blais: Email or phone (207) 287-3220.
Laboratory Accreditation Rule (PDF)
For questions concerning Marijuana Testing Facilities, please contact Felicia Dumont at (207) 287-4758.
In-State Maine Accredited Commercial Laboratories (PDF)
Laboratories Accredited in Maine to Test for Asbestos, Diquat, Endothall, and/or Radium (PDF)
Laboratories Accredited in Maine to Test for PFAS in Drinking Water (PDF)
All Accredited Laboratories (XLSX)
Application for Initial Laboratory Accreditation (DOCX)
Application for Renewal Laboratory Accreditation (DOCX)
Application for Revision Laboratory Accreditation (DOCX)
Method Analyte Table for Application (XLS)
EPA Analyte Codes for Drinking Water Contaminants (PDF)