Lab Services

EHS Laboratories has the capacity to analyze 250,000 asbestos samples per year!


~ 9 Analysts = 110 years of combined experience


The asbestos laboratory consists of three categories:


  • Bulk Materials (PLM)
  • Airborne (PCM)
  • Soil, Sediment and Vermiculite

The Lead Lab …

Supports a wide variety of projects, regardless of size, scope or complexity.

Our facility, our equipment and most importantly our technical expertise allow us to streamline sample flow through our lab.

Resulting in…

increased productivity coupled with high quality services that allow us to efficiently process projects per your specific requirements.

At EHS Laboratories we offer Lead Analysis on:


  • Dust Wipes, Soil, Paint Chips & Air Cassettes
  • Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (FLAA)
  • Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometer (ICP)
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Other Analysis Performed at the Lab…

  • Pb TCLP
  • RCRA 8 TCLP15-1
  • Multi-Metal to Include:
  • Arsenic
  • Antimony
  • Beryllium
  • Cadmium
  • Chromium15-2
  • Copper
  • Lead
  • Mercury
  • Nickel
  • Selenium
  • Silver
  • Thallium
  • Zinc

  • Welding Fume Profile
  • Toxic Metals Profile
  • TSP
  • PM-10
  • Nuisance Dust
  • Respirable Dust
  • Mold – Indoor Air Quality15-4


  • Radon in Air
  • Radon in Water
  • Drinking Water


Sample Handling Makes a Difference

Broken Air-O-Cell cassettes, asbestos samples stuck to duct tape…open zip-lock bags with paint chips falling out… Actual shipments that have been received by our laboratory.

When this happens, you will notice that additional time and documentation is needed in order to provide results to you.

A few suggestions on how you can help preserve the integrity of your media and, ultimately, the reliability of your analyses…

Carefully label and document your samples before sending them to the lab.

Do not place a chain of custody in a sample bag or sample container. This paperwork should never come in direct contact with the actual sample.

Wrap all glass tubes and other delicate items in bubble wrap.

Don’t use duct tape – strong adhesives can tear off labels and make sample separation difficult for our analysts.

If you’re ever unsure of the best way to pack samples, just ask…Remember, when in doubt call us!


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