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ELAP releases the Top 5 questions people are asking about the new California ELAP Regulations




The State Water Resources Control Board, Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP) is excited to release the Top 5 questions people are asking about the new California ELAP Regulations. This is the first set of tools towards a pathway to compliance to help laboratories transition to the new regulations. ELAP will soon release a new Roadmap to ELAP Accreditation webpage, but in the meantime, review this information to determine the requirements for your laboratory’s next application for accreditation.

Questions, comments, ideas, or suggestions? Send a note to elapca_comments@waterboards.ca.gov with the subject line “Top 5 Questions” or visitwww.waterboards.ca.gov/elap

for more information. 

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