1. Laboratory Services
    1. Mold Services: Air
    2. Mold Services: Surface
    3. Bacteria Services: Air
    4. Bacteria Services: Surface
    5. Asbestos Services
    6. USP Services
    7. PCR Services
    8. Allergen ELISA Services
    9. Other Lab Services
    10. USP 797 Testing
    11. Legionella Water Testing
    12. ERMI Testing
    13. Materials Testing
  2. Additional Services
    1. Webinars: IAQ Training Courses
    2. Mobile App for iPhone & Android
    3. BioCassette
    4. EMLab P&K Pocket Guide
    5. Technical Papers
    6. MicroLabs
    7. MoldRANGE™ Report
    8. MoldRANGE™ California Climate Report
    9. MoldRANGE™ Local Climate Report
    10. MoldRANGE™ CFA Report
    11. MoldSCORE™ Report
    12. Risk Assessment Training Courses
  3. Quality Assurance
    1. Quality Assurance
    2. New User Introduction
    3. Become A Client
  4. Additional Information
    1. New Client Forms (pdf)
    2. Chain of Custody (pdf)

Other Services

Algae enumeration
Algae (Motile, Non-motile, & Diatoms) Enumeration.  More details...
The Hold service reflects that a hold has been placed on the samples. See Terms and Conditions regarding "Sample Disposal" for more information.  More details...
Lead - Flame AA
Quantitative analysis of paint can ASTM approved surface wipe samples for lead content using Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry (Flame AA). Sample preparation and analytical methods are based upon NIOSH 7082 and EPA 7000B. Results for paint chip samples reported in units ppm, mg/kg, or percentage. Results for wipes reported in units ug/ft2.  More details...
Lead Analysis (sub-contracted)
Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AA) metals analysis. Sample preparation procedures according to EPA Method SW-846 3050A - Acid digestion of sediments. Sample analysis by EPA Method SW-846 7420 direct aspiration flame method. This is a sub-contracted analysis.  More details...
Radon in Air
The Radon in Air analysis employs the E-Perm system, which collects, processes and reads ion concentrations. A radon measurement always involves taking two voltage readings, the initial reading and the final reading after exposure. The difference in voltage and the exposure time information is converted into a radon concentration. Some states "regulate" or "qualify" providers of radon measurement and mitigation services by requiring registration, certification, or licensing; your state can provide you with more information. EMLab P&K can currently accept regulatory Radon samples from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. If you would like to rent a Radon Canister for sampling, please contact our Laboratory at (800) 651-4802.  More details...