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WIRE: IRON cannabis testing lab expands to Oregon

WALLED LAKE, Mich., Oct. 1, 2015 — Michigan-based medical cannabis testing lab, IRON Laboratories, is expanding operations with a new HB3460 compliant testing facility opening in Eugene, Oregon today.

The new IRON Laboratories facility follows strict ISO/IEC 17025:2005 certified testing protocols to test for pesticides, impurities, and other contaminants, utilizing advanced chromatography and microbial analysis and will also offer consulting and research services as well as mobile testing on all cannabis products, both medicinal and recreational.

“We are excited to contribute our methods and knowledge to this vibrant community,” said Mike Goldman, COO of IRON Laboratories. “With this expansion, we remain committed to our founding principles of serving our clients through science, compassion and the spread of knowledge. This expansion also gives IRON Laboratories an industry advantage by testing in multiple markets and setting the benchmark for cannabis testing. We look forward to a bright future here in the great state of Oregon.”

The facility, located at 71 Centennial Loop, Suite D, Eugene, Oregon, will employ four employees, led by lab coordinator, Drew Grabo.

“We see a huge opportunity in this market,” said Grabo. “With our ability to service the entire state of Oregon through our team of couriers, it’s rewarding to know that patients and recreational users will have scientifically-backed test results for the medicine and products that they are using.”

For more information on IRON Laboratories, visit

About IRON Laboratories
Founded in 2011, IRON Laboratories is Michigan’s first ISO/IEC 17025 certified medicinal cannabis testing lab, offering comprehensive testing of medical cannabis products, providing accurate, consistent and reliable information to patients, caregivers, and producers. IRON Laboratories’ scientists hold advanced degrees in chemistry, biology, and biochemistry, with specializations in plant studies, mold analysis, strain research and multi-varied cannabinoid studies. For more information, visit

SOURCE IRON Laboratories


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