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Analytical Lab Queens, NY

Queens Laboratory
132-02 89th Avenue | Richmond Hill, NY 11418


In 2016, YORK made a significant investment in advancing its service offering with the opening of NYC’s first TO-15 air and volatiles testing laboratory. Free from common lab contaminants like Acetone and Methylene Chloride, this state-of-the art laboratory increases YORK’s capacity and provides meaningful technical benefits to clients that have sensitivity to typical volatiles contamination challenges.

2022-05-12T09:56:46-04:00February 12th, 2022|

Analytical Lab Newtown, CT

Newtown Laboratory
56 Church Hill Rd #2 | Newtown, CT 06470


YORK has acquired Fairfield County’s Aqua Environmental Lab, Inc. and its Newtown, CT laboratory. This acquisition will help provide vital water quality testing services to homeowners and property owners in the greater New York, Hudson Valley region, and Connecticut. Conveniently located right off of I-84 (the Yankee Expressway), the Newtown Laboratory is just 10 miles east of Danbury, CT. YORK plans to expand the laboratory to accommodate additional water testing capacity.

2022-05-12T09:59:14-04:00January 31st, 2022|

York Analytical Laboratories, Inc. Acquires Fairfield County Laboratory to Expand Drinking Water Services

York Analytical Laboratories Inc. (YORK) has acquired Aqua Environmental Lab, Inc. (Newtown, CT) and will expand Aqua’s facility to accommodate additional testing capacity

2022-04-29T15:30:57-04:00January 2nd, 2022|

York Analytical Extends Status as a Prequalified Laboratory for the NYC School Construction Authority

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) has pre-qualified York Analytical to submit bids/proposals for future SCA projects.

2021-12-29T15:24:26-05:00December 29th, 2021|

NY braces for tougher water contaminant rules

The state Department of Environmental Conservation released new guidance Oct. 5 to regulate perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA; perfluorooctanesulfonic acid, or PFOS; and 1,4-dioxane to continue protecting public health with increased monitoring of emerging contaminants to ensure New Yorkers have access to clean drinking water.

2021-12-09T20:38:27-05:00December 9th, 2021|

As feds plan to tighten regulations, the business of detecting ‘forever chemicals’ will require significant money and expertise

PFAS chemicals are everywhere — woven into the fabrics of modern life as components of carpeting, clothing and cosmetics. They’re also in cookware, food packaging, drinking water and personal hygiene products.

2021-12-09T20:36:53-05:00December 9th, 2021|

New York Lab At Forefront Of Search To Find Dangerous PFAS

A Nyack business has expanded to cope with increasing knowledge of and concern about the toxic “forever chemicals” known as PFAS, which have deeply contaminated sites around the country including on Long Island and in the Hudson Valley.

2021-12-09T20:35:07-05:00December 9th, 2021|
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