We provide you with microbiological data to resolve hygiene concerns.
WHAT IS MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH?
The BioLabTests team of microbiologists are able to undertake unique or exploratory microbiological research projects to resolve concerns, answer questions or provide you with data for marketing or other purposes.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Bespoke research can be provided to any organisation requiring microbiological data to resolve concerns, answer questions or support marketing activities.
WHAT DOES IT INVOLVE?
After agreeing a test method with you, our team of experienced microbiologists will undertake the research necessary to help provide you with the data you need. The findings will be provided to you in a comprehensive, confidential report. We can then help you interpret this data for example to use in marketing activities or to support a product launch.
WHAT WILL IT ACHIEVE?
We will provide you with a comprehensive set of valuable data based on your specific requirements.
We used BioLabTests’ services for the first time to prove efficacy of our cleaning and sanitising agents through swab testing. The team were friendly, knowledgeable and professional. We were very pleased with the prompt, polite and efficient service we received.
Ryan Garratt, Quality Administrator at Georganics Ltd
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