Environmental Testing Company - If a company determines where soil samples should be obtained, tested, or a test report prepared as the result of soil samples, a licensed engineer should be utilized.
Contact the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs at 517-241-9253.
A testing company should contact the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy at 800-662-9278, and the local Health Department or Agency requiring testing to determine the type of samples to be obtained and the extent of testing required information.
Medical Lab - Laboratory Improvement Division of Health Facility Licensing and Certification; 517-241-2648.
Testing of Waste Water - no license required but may be accredited by National Sanitation Foundation, International, Ann Arbor, MI at 734-769-8010.
Testing of Soil - For environmental concerns, please contact the Remediation and Redevelopment Division, Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) at 517-284-6902 for information and guidance.
Environmental Consultants – An environmental consultant should be utilized whenever soil samples are needed. For information about obtaining the services of an environmental consultant, contact the EGLE Environmental Assistance Center: 1-800-662-9278, firstname.lastname@example.org, to be placed in contact with appropriate EGLE Staff.
Administrators of the technical and scientific operation of a clinical lab, including supervision of procedures and reporting test findings should be certified with the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs at 517-241-2648.
Clinical lab directors of Medicare-certified independent labs are subject to both state and federal regulations.
The federal Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has a voluntary certification program for individuals doing soil testing for agricultural nutrient management purposes. Information about technical service providers is at http://techreg.usda.gov. Contact Mike Gangwer at 517-324-5167.
American Society of Agronomy has voluntary certification program information at https://www.agronomy.org/certifications