Environment Agency Monitoring Certification Scheme (MCERTS) for the Water Industry

May 20 2007

Author: Dave Curtis on behalf of MCerts

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The Environment Agency has established its Monitoring Certification Scheme: MCERTS to deliver quality environmental measurements. The scheme provides for the product certification of instruments, the competency certification of personnel, an inspection scheme and the accreditation of organisations based on international standards. The term ‘organisation’ is used generically. It includes commercial ‘test houses’, laboratories, and industrial operators’ in-house monitoring arrangements. MCERTS has progressively been extended to cover all regulatory monitoring activities including water industry applications as detailed in the following sections. Form 1284 Issue 1 November 2006

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