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Laboratory Association of New Hampshire Mission Statement

Providing professional development through educational opportunities, seminars, presentations and the distribution of information to its members

Creating a platform for communication among laboratories, regulatory agencies, professional organizations and related businesses

Encouraging quality, accuracy and ethical practices from its members

Protecting the interests of the environmental laboratory community while still working together with regulatory agencies and Accreditation Bodies to achieve a common goal.

A message from Governor Chris Sununu regarding Laboratory Professionals Week April 24th-30th 2022

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The Laboratory Association of New Hampshire is a powerful networking tool for laboratories and industry professionals throughout New England. We offer the opportunity for like-minded individuals to interact and discuss issues that are important to all of us in the environmental field. The Association also works closely with select vendors  to help members save on rising costs such as consumables and PT samples.

The LANH Welcomes all of New England and Beyond!
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LANH Meeting Wednesday July 24, 2024


Manchester Water Works – 1581 Lakeshore Drive Manchester, NH

Please note: The area is now gated and you may have to use the call button to open it.


8:15am Catered Breakfast

9:15am 2024 Data Integrity and Ethics Refresher

10:15am  Break

10:30am  The Use of Test Kits in the Field and Laboratory

12:00pm  Meeting End


Admission is $45/per member

Payments can be made by check sent to the LANH PO box address or by credit/debit card at this link:

To request an invoice or if you have any questions about billing please reach out to Heather at

To register for this event please email Sophie at

Deadline for registration is 07/10/24.

2024 Data Integrity and Ethics Refresher by Paul Fyfe with Certificate of Attendance.

      The Use of Test Kits in the Field and Laboratory

TNI Webinar – 1.5 hours

Course Description:

It is not unusual to for laboratory analysts and field personnel to use analytical test kits. They are especially popular with water and wastewater operators who may not have a laboratory background. Test kits are created to be simple to use. Because of this, it is easy to overlook whether the test kit is appropriate for the parameter being analyzed and whether the test kit meets requirements for NELAP accreditation.

This presentation will discuss how - and when - test kits can be used in the environmental lab. It will also discuss how to consistently produce accurate and reliable results when using test kits, whether results will be used for regulatory purposes or for process control.

Learning Objectives:

  • Knows how to determine if a test kit is appropriate for regulatory testing

  • Knows how test kits may differ from other published methods

  • Knows how to ensure that a test kit analysis meets the TNI Environmental Laboratory Standard

Be aware of additional quality control that may not be included in test kit instructions

Please take the time as Lab Professionals to be familiar with the 2016 TNI Standard. as well as the NH ENV-C Rules. Even just read a little each day. You will be doing yourself and your Laboratory an invaluable service. Those of you certified in Massachusetts should be familiar with 310CMR and QSM Version 6.0 for The Department of Defense and Energy.

May 2024 TNI 2016 TIP OF THE MONTH!

Performing wastewater analysis at your lab? Make sure you have read the newest clean water act update. Click below to follow the link
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