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The Standard – June 2010

CIL Dioxin and Furan Standards Produced under ISO Guide 34 and ISO/IEC 17025:

Adding to our list of firsts in the field of dioxin and furan reference standards, CIL is pleased to announce the availability of the first dioxin and furan standards manufactured under ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO Guide 34 accreditation.

Cerilliant Corporation, CIL's longtime collaborator for dioxin and furan standards, has received accreditation under ISO Guide 34 for Reference Material Producers, as well as ISO/IEC 17025 for Testing and Calibration Laboratories. These two new accreditations provide a powerful boost to their already impressive quality credentials, including ISO-9001:2008.

The availability of these standards meets a growing need for laboratories to use products from accredited suppliers. ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO Guide 34 accreditations provide an added level of assurance that the products have been manufactured to the highest quality criteria, and are suitable for use by even the most demanding applications. These accreditations also ensure that international guidelines are being observed.  

To see Cerilliant’s quality credentials, including copies of ISO Certificates, click here: 


For a complete listing of CIL's Dioxin and Furan standards, click here: Dioxin and Furan Standards

Cerilliant accreditations also apply to CIL 13C-labeled Polyaromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) standards. For a complete listing of CIL's 13C-PAH standards, click here: 13C-PAH Standards


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