Additional Information

  • Recognized by the USEPA as a CLP Laboratory
  • USEPA Drinking Water Certified
  • USEPA Drinking Water Inorganic and Organic Certification – Pending
  • NELAC Certification – Pending

While Mississippi does not have a wastewater certification program, this laboratory has consistently scored over 90% on DMR/QA, WP/QA and WS/QA audits for clients over the past ten years.

 

Bonner Analytical Testing Co. utilizes a rigorous Quality Assurance / Quality Control Program which addresses all aspects of data quality, beginning with sample collection and continuing through final data reduction. Specific aspects of this plan include:

  • Sample receiving, log-in and storage.
  • Sample distribution within the laboratory.
  • Routine calibration checks on analytical equipment.
  • Documentation of reagents, standards and sample preparation.
  • Extensive evaluation of quality control standards, as per methodology.
  • Quarterly and Biannual monitoring of data quality through the use of Performance Evaluation studies.
  • Documented Standard Operating Procedures for sample receiving, analytical methods, data validation, and corrective action.
  • Annual In-house audits.
  • CLP & NELAC certified Quality Assurance Plan (QAP).

 

Samples are retained for 30 days. Samples deemed hazardous will be returned to the client, freight collect, or alternately assessed a disposal fee.

 

 

  • USEPA Contract Laboratory Program - Statement of Work SOW.7/87
  • Methods for the Determination of Organic Compounds in Drinking Water - EPA /600/4-88/039 Code of Federal Regulations
  • American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM)
  • American Petroleum Institute (API)
  • Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 16th Edition
  • Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastewater - EPA
  • NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods, 3rd Edition
  • OSHA Analytical Methods Manual, Current Edition
  • Procedure for Handling and Chemical Analysis of Sediment and Water Samples - EPA/CE-81-1
  • Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste - Physical/Chemical Methods - Volume II EPA SW846 - July 1992.
  • Journal of AOAC International - Volume 78

 

Turn-around Time

Routine turn-around time is 10 to 14 days for inorganics, and 2 to 4 weeks for volatiles and semi-volatiles. Most data are reported within 7 days.

EMERGENCY RUSH (0-24 hour turn-around, weekend or holiday) is available at a rate of 2 X the normal charge. RUSH (0-48 hour turn-around) is available at a rate of 1.75 X the normal rate. RUSH (0-72 hour turn-around) is available at a rate of 1.5 X the normal rate.