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SanAir Technologies Laboratory, Inc.

AIHA accredited environmental microbiology laboratory, specializing in testing for asbestos, mold, lead & metals, and bacteria. Free overnight shipping.

What microbiologists discovered after their filthy makeup bags were put to the test, May 12, 2015  — Microbiologists from San Air Technologies in Powhatan came to the studio to take the samples from the makeup bags of Bill Fitzgerald, Julie Bragg, Candace Burns, Joe St. George, Nikki-Dee Ray and me — Reba Hollingsworth.

SanAir Activates Special Services For Northeastern Storm Needs

RICHMOND, Va., June 11, 2012
— SanAir Technologies Laboratory, a national environmental testing company, announced today that its Northeastern Services Corridor is open and activated even as tropical storm Sandy continues to wreak havoc throughout the region.

Environmental Testing Lab Celebrates 10th Anniversary With Jobs Growth and Nationwide Service

RICHMOND, Va., April 30, 2013 — SanAir Technologies Laboratory recently celebrated its tenth anniversary with steady growth to national status in the growing fields of industrial hygiene testing and identification of harmful microorganisms in public venues.

SciTest Labs Formed To Specialize in Pain Management And Criminal Justice Testing

Lisa Tarnai MoakRICHMOND, Va., June 11, 2012 — SanAir Technologies Laboratory announced today the formation of SciTest Laboratories as an affiliate specializing in pain management and criminal justice testing.

Lisa Tarnai Moak has joined SciTest as laboratory director and vice president of operations.

SanAir Among First in Nation To Qualify for New Standard To ID & Evaluate Harmful Fire-Related Particulates in HVAC Systems

RICHMOND, Va., April 25 2012 — SanAir Technologies Laboratory, a Virginia-based national environmental testing company, has become one of the first in the nation to offer a new industry-wide protocol for identifying and evaluating potentially hazardous fire-related particulates in heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.

SanAir Technologies Laboratory, Inc.