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Laboratory Analysis Interference – Part 3

In this final installment of our three-part series, we will describe some common interferences our laboratory analysts encounter that may explain why some of your data has, for example, higher reporting limits or qualifiers. Laboratory […]

2019 Top 50 Business Recognition

Our Team is celebrating today.  #22 on the list of Greater Reading Top 50 Businesses according to the Greater Reading Chamber Alliance, published today in the Reading Eagle Business Weekly.   We have been appearing on […]

Laboratory Analysis Interference – Part 2

In this three-part series, we will describe some common interferences our laboratory analysts encounter that may explain why some of your data has, for example, higher reporting limits or qualifiers. Laboratory Analysis Interference, also referred […]

Laboratory Analysis Interference – Part 1

In this three-part series, we will describe some common interferences our laboratory analysts encounter that may explain why some of your data has, for example, higher reporting limits or qualifiers. Laboratory Analysis Interference, also referred […]

Drowning in Lab Problems? Let Us Keep You Afloat.

Missed turnaround times? Unanswered questions or data inquiries? If any of this sounds familiar, you may be drowning in lab problems. Suburban Testing Labs can help. Our project turnaround time is currently running at 98.6%. […]

Earth Day 2019

Happy Earth Day!  For us, Earth Day is every day.  It’s what we do.   Last year we performed over 360,000 analyses and received more than 130,000 samples.  This testing is done to ensure our […]

New Online Access Feature

A new Search feature has been added to our online report access portal, SuburbanClientConnect.  To help our clients learn about this very valuable function, we are sharing a new Online Video Tutorial, produced by Promium, […]

Honoring Women In Science: Rachel Carson

International Women’s Day 2019- Female scientists in medicine, chemistry, and more have often not received the recognition they deserve.  In recognition of International Women’s Day 2019, we are honoring a great woman of science: Rachel […]

EPA Method Update Rule 2017 – Changes for Clients

To improve data quality and encourage the use of up-to-date technology, accrediting bodies are requiring that accredited laboratories use more recent revisions of analytical methods. The methods changed by the EPA in the 2017 Methods […]

PCB Course at NJLSRP Site Remediation Conference

Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were used in hundreds of industrial/commercial applications.  Our President, Rich Stump, will be presenting with Keith Gagnon, LSRP with over 30 years of experience on the topic of PCB remediation, will be […]