Melbec is UKAS Accredited For Virology Testing

Melbec Microbiology are proud to announce that we now offer UKAS accredited virology testing for a range of standards. Since our creation in 2013 we have continued to expand our scope of accreditations to offer the most comprehensive service possible.

Here at Melbec we have two purpose-built laboratories dedicated to virology testing, alongside our bespoke testing and research services.

Our Technical Director and Founder, Dawn Mellors, shared her excitement at the news:

I am extremely proud to extend our scope to cover this suite of viricidal testing. Congratulations to the whole Melbec team for this amazing accomplishment.  We are looking forward to offering this newly accredited testing to our customer base and the rest of the industry alike!”

Melbec has now added the following virology testing standards to our UKAS accreditation:

Melbec Microbiology’s team of microbiologists have extensive expertise in the field of virology testing and are well equipped to offer this dedicated service. For more information or advice regarding our UKAS accredited virology testing services, please get in touch via our contact page. If you prefer to give us a call, you can reach us on 01706 214 492.

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