NELAP Certification

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, McCampbell Analytical, Inc. (MAI) offers a full range of analytical testing services for drinking water, waste water, storm water, as well as metals testing, soil testing, volatile organic compounds (VOC's) testing, hazardous waste, industrial materials and food analysis for a wide variety of chemical compounds including organic, inorganic and metallic contaminants.

For over 25 years, MAI has been providing excellence in quality and service, utilizing a highly trained team of chemists, environmental specialists and staff. Our state of the art laboratory equipment, coupled with our redundancy of instrumentation, ensures excellent data quality and successful completion of large projects.

McCampbell Analytical, Inc. is an independently owned, Small Business Enterprise that is California State certified by the Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program, certification #1644. In addition, we have State certifications from Oregon and Hawaii as well as National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP) certification.

Our superior customer service and unparalleled technical excellence ensures that you receive complete and accurate data in a timely manner. We are proud of the quality of our work, and invite you to become our client and colleague. Our goal is to serve you with excellence, from sample receipt to report delivery. If we can be of service, or if you have any questions, please contact our knowledgeable staff at 1-877-252-9262 or drop us an email.

Latest News:

McCampbell Analytical, Inc. now offers DTSC required test methods for used oil which include total halogens, PCBs and flash point. MAI has also added sulfur analysis in petroleum products via XRF.

You can read more about it here...

MAI is excited to announce that we now offer analysis of naturally occurring asbestos (NOA) by California Air Resources Board (CARB) Method 435 along with Incremental Sampling Method (ISM) as specified by the interstate technology and regulatory council (ITRC)

You can read more about it here...

McCampbell Analytical, Inc. is proud to announce that we are an approved lab for UCMR4 Testing. Please contact us at 1-877-252-9262, or drop us an email for more information.

For a list of approved UCMR4 methods, please click here...

Did you miss the UCMR4 Public Stakeholder Meeting and Webinar on April 12,2017? Click Here for a summary of the questions that were asked during that meeting/webinar.

Do you have questions about UCMR4 sampling techniques? The UCMR4 Sampling Procedures presentation will provide some helpful suggestions for sample collections. View the UCMR4 Sampling Procedures presentation here...

The EPA will host webinars on November 6 and November 8, 2017 (the first for public water systems, the second for laboratories) to provide step-by-step instructions on how to use SDWARS 4.

You can find more information about these webinars here...

Our XRD/XRF department is back up and running. X-ray Diffraction (XRD) is the only analytical technique that can identify compounds by their own unique structure. Use it to solve your technical problems.

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We are very excited to announce that MAI has been selected to receive the prestigious Crosby Field Award as co-authors of “Examination of the Reactions of R40 with R134a and POE Refrigeration System Materials”. This award is presented by ASHRAE, annually, to the authors of the highest rated paper presented at a Technical Session for the Society year. The award presentation took place at the Society's Annual Conference in Long Beach, California, on Saturday, June 24, 2017.

MAI offers hazardous waste characterization (Title 22 CCR), acute & chronic whole effluent toxicity testing methods and product testing methods.

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The DTSC recommendation to use gaseous leak tracers for Soil Vapor sampling such as Helium makes McCampbell Analytical the “Go To” laboratory for Soil Vapor sampling.

Click here to find out more about our Helium Shroud.

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