Ohio Department Of Commerce Awards Act Laboratories With Private Testing Lab Provisional License

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OHIO: The Ohio Department of Commerce has announced Act Laboratories as recipient of private testing lab provision license.  The recipients of the processor provisional licenses include:

PRIVATE TESTING LABORATORY PROVISIONAL LICENSE RECIPIENTS

  • ACT Laboratories, Inc.
  • Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus
  • North Coast Testing Laboratories, LLC

The Ohio Department of Commerce continues to finalize the reviews of the private testing labs. There is no limit to the number of testing lab licenses that may be awarded. An additional period for testing lab applications will be opening soon.

UNIVERSITY TESTING LABORATORY PROVISIONAL LICENSE RECIPIENTS

  • Central State University
  • Hocking Technical College

LIST OF TESTING LABORATORY APPLICATIONS

The Ohio Department of Commerce accepted public university testing lab applications from September 11, 2017, though September 21, 2017, and privately-held testing lab applications from November 27, 2017, through December 8, 2017. In total, the Department received nine testing lab applications. Central State University and Hocking College submitted applications during the university testing lab application period.

The Department will continue its review of these testing lab applications and make an award once these reviews are completed. There is no limit to the number of testing lab licenses that may be awarded by the Department.

MMCP AND THE OHIO DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE RELEASE APPLICATIONS FOR TESTING LABORATORY LICENSE FOR PRIVATE ENTITIES

The MMCP and the Department of Commerce have released the application, forms, and instructions for private companies to apply for a license to conduct laboratory testing of medical marijuana and medical marijuana products.

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