Accreditations

Beacon Environmental is known for providing the highest quality data and unsurpassed customer service in the environmental industry throughout the United States, as well as internationally.  Beacon is focused on providing solutions to our clients by testing organic compounds in soil gas and air to enable our clients to cost-effectively characterize sites, as well as assess vapor intrusion and air emissions risks.

Department of Defense (DoD ELAP) and ISO/IEC 17025 Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program

DoD-ELAP and ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation provides a means for environmental laboratories to demonstrate their continued compliance with stringent QA/QC requirements.  Beacon is DoD ELAP and ISO/IEC 17025 accredited for the analysis of soil gas and air samples following EPA Method 325B, EPA Method 8260C, EPA Method TO-17, and EPA Method TO-15.

National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP) - EPA No.: MD01091

NELAP is a national program where state agencies serve as the accrediting bodies. Beacon is NELAP accredited through the state of Utah program for air and emission testing in accordance with 2009 TNI Environmental Laboratory Sector Standard. Beacon is accredited for the analysis of air and soil gas samples following EPA Method 325B, EPA Method 8260C, and EPA Method TO-17.

The NELAC Institute (TNI) National Environmental Field Activities Program (NEFAP) -- Field Sampling and Measurement Organization (FSMO)

The purpose of The NELAC Institute (TNI) National Environmental Field Activities Program (NEFAP) Executive Committee is to establish and implement an accreditation program for field sampling and measurement organizations (FSMOs).  NEFAP accreditation provides a means for field sampling organizations to demonstrate their continued compliance with stringent QA/QC requirements for the collection of environmental field samples.  Beacon is the first company to receive NEFAP accreditation and the Company is accredited for:

  • the manufacture of sorbent samplers,
  • shipment of sample collection kits containing sorbent samplers, and
  • the collection of passive and active soil gas, indoor air, and ambient air samples, including in accordance with EPA Method 325A and EPA Method TO-17.