CATLAB, LLC: CDC, OMP, & ISO Certified Analytical Testing
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What Our Certifications Mean For The Quality Of Your Product Analytics
Our lab being CDC, OMP, & ISO certified is an important aspect of our business, and by extension, yours. What do these certifications mean, you ask? To learn more about how these certifications ensure both legitimacy and regulation compliance through our laboratory analysis procedures, read on. To learn more about CATLAB, LLC and the people that make it possible, click below.
What An ISO Certification Entails
This means that a management system, manufacturing process, service, or documentation procedure meets all standards and quality assurance needs. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a non-governmental organization that produces standards to assure product quality, safety, and efficiency. Getting this certification means that a management system, manufacturing process, service, or documentation procedure meets all standards and quality assurance needs. ISO certificates exist in numerous industries, from medical products to energy management, and provide consistency throughout. Businesses that adhere to ISO standards find benefits such as:
Reduced insurance premiums
Helps with tendering
More engaged employees
To work with a business that has been certified by ISO for our quality, efficiency, and consistency, browse our services below.
What A CDC Certification Means For You
Being CDC certified shows that we have completed the required training to ensure that all proper processes are used when making your products safe to consume. Through a series of educational modules and tests we have earned our CDC certification in order to provide only the best in lab analytics and testing. Making sure your products are free of harmful chemicals and microbes for your consumers is our top priority, which we take very seriously. To learn more about our processes and what they entail, click the link below.
What An OMP Certification Indicates
OMP stands for the Office of Marijuana Policy, the leading authority on all things cannabis legislature/compliance in the State of Maine. OMP approval is required in order for a cannabis business, whether it’s growing, selling, concentrating, or testing cannabis, to be legally recognized and approved. This licensing allows us to provide only the best in analytics, all within the boundaries of Maine laws and regulations. Legality and legitimacy are not just important to us, but to Maine cannabis as a whole. To get started on getting your products analyzed by an OMP approved laboratory with a passion for quality, click below.
Our Educational Posts
Cannabis Industry Adapts to New Laws and Regulations in 2023
Cannabis Industry Adapts to New Laws and Regulations in 2023 As we enter 2023, cannabis businesses throughout the United States are adjusting their strategies in response to new laws and regulations that may impact sales and overall operations. Major changes in 2023 include the expansion of delivery services, the introduction of new packaging and labeling
The Entourage Effect: How Cannabis Compounds Work Together for Maximum Benefits
The Entourage Effect: How Cannabis Compounds Work Together for Maximum Benefits Cannabis is a complex plant with over 100 identified cannabinoids and numerous terpenes, flavonoids, and other compounds that contribute to its unique effects. While much attention has been given to THC and CBD, recent research has shown that these compounds work best in conjunction
Now Available: Pesticides from CATLAB
Now Available: Pesticides from CATLAB Lisa on the day the TQ-XS was delivered 😊 CATLAB has completed the final packages to the State of Maine CDC for Pesticide Certification. The Waters Xevo TQ-XS System with ACQUITY H-Class Plus System is the world’s state of the art in technological advances for pesticides in the cannabis industry.
The Importance of Proper Drying and Curing in Cannabis Cultivation
The Importance of Proper Drying and Curing in Cannabis Cultivation Drying and curing cannabis buds is an essential step in the cultivation process that helps to improve the overall quality and potency of the final product. When done correctly, drying and curing can enhance the flavor, aroma, and smoothness of the buds, as well as
5 Tips to Avoid Heavy Metal Contamination in Soils
5 Tips to Avoid Heavy Metal Contamination in Soils Heavy metals in the soil may be found in cannabis. Generally, heavy metals can be ingested by persons who smoke or vape cannabis because the plants can absorb them through the soil, irrigation water, fertilizers, or vaping gear. In this article, we’ll go over several ways
Cannabis Trimming: Benefits and Considerations
Cannabis Trimming: Benefits and Considerations There is no doubt that cannabis growers want their plants to be healthy and grow well. Cannabis trimming is one important aspect of cannabis growing that you should not overlook. Whether it is your first time growing cannabis or you are an experienced grower, learning how to trim your cannabis
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A Brief Overview
We hope that these explanations of our certifications have been helpful to you in establishing why CATLAB, LLC is the best laboratory analysis organization for your business and products. To get started on scheduling services, click the link below.
Our Professional Services
We offer professional, prompt, and thorough analytics for all cannabis businesses that choose to work with us. Our passion is to make sure that your products are free of harmful contaminants and within safety regulations. To view our services, click below.
Learn About CATLAB, LLC
Want to learn more about the people that make up our incredible organization? Our passionate, dedicated, and educated team of professionals come from a wide range of expertise and have so much to offer CATLAB, you, and your business. To learn more, click the link below.
Get In Touch With CATLAB, LLC
Looking to connect with us? We are ready and happy to speak to you regarding any questions you may have. Whether it’s about our services, certifications, or pricing. We’re sure to have the answers you need. To contact CATLAB, LLC click below.