Every day our clients experience the confidence of quality by working with us. Quality takes centre place in our laboratories. All analytical methods used are based on national and international standards. The performance characteristics are carefully established and are continuously tested by means of first, second and third line controls.
Eurofins Analytico is accredited against ISO/IEC 17025 by the Dutch Accreditation Council RvA, as is evident from the accreditation certificate. Accreditation certificates are also available in: Dutch, French and Spanish.
This means that both its management system and its technical competence have been audited by independent experts and that they satisfy the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025.
The scope of the technical competence is listed in the appendix to the accreditation certificate, so that the market can see precisely for which analyses Eurofins Analytico is accredited. Appendices to the accreditation certificate are also available in Dutch and French.
Analysis certificates bearing the accreditation mark are usually accepted without reservation by public authorities, but also in (inter)national trade. Agreements hereabout are set out in a Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA).
Recognition to the context of the Soil Quality Decree
Eurofins Analytico is recognized by the Dutch Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment (I&M) as intermediary to perform laboratory work to the context of the Soil Quality Decree for the "Analysis of soil with respect to environmental hygiene" (AS 3000) and for the "Analysis of building materials, soil and dredged material" (AP04).
Certified Environmental Management System in accordance with ISO 14001
International endorsements Eurofins Analytico:
- OVAM endorsement Soil (B.1, B.2, B.3.1, G1)
- OVAM endorsement, Waste Material (MA.2, A.2.1, A.2.2, A.3.1, A.3.2, A.5.2)
- Dep. LNE endorsement, water analysis
- Endorsement Brussels District
- Walloon endorsement, waste material analysis
- Walloon endorsement soilanalysis
- Walloon endorsement, water analysis