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TITLE 25HEALTH SERVICES
PART 1DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES
CHAPTER 73LABORATORIES
RULE §73.55Fee Schedule for Chemical Analyses

Fees for chemical analyses and physical testing.

  (1) Analysis of volatile organic compounds in air (charcoal tubes), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health NIOSH method--$127.24.

  (2) The following fees apply to analysis of drinking water samples.

    (A) Inorganic parameters.

      (i) Individual tests:

        (I) alkalinity, total and phenolphthalein, Standard Methods (SM), 19th edition, 2320B--$17.44;

        (II) ammonia, SM, 20th edition, 4500-NH3H--$33.20;

        (III) bromate, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) method 300.1--$248.10;

        (IV) bromide, EPA method 300.0--$233.31;

        (V) carbon, total organic, SM, 20th edition, 5310C--$161.36;

        (VI) chlorate, EPA method 300.0--$233.31;

        (VII) chloride, EPA method 300.0--$15.11;

        (VIII) chlorine, SM, 20th edition, 4500-Cl F--$54.42;

        (IX) chlorine dioxide, SM, 20th edition, 4500-ClO2 B--$54.42;

        (X) chlorite, EPA method 300.0--$233.31;

        (XI) chlorite, EPA method 300.1--$248.10;

        (XII) chloramines, SM, 20th edition, 4500-ClO2 D--$54.42;

        (XIII) color, SM, 19th edition, 2120B--$97.06;

        (XIV) specific conductance, SM, 19th edition, 2510B--$16.42;

        (XV) cyanide, total, QuickChem 10-204-00-1-X--$135.47;

        (XVI) fluoride, EPA method 300.0--$15.03;

        (XVII) nitrate and nitrite as nitrogen, EPA method 353.2--$8.49;

        (XVIII) nitrate as nitrogen, EPA method 353.2--$8.49;

        (XIX) nitrite as nitrogen, EPA method 353.2--$8.49;

        (XX) odor, SM, 20th edition, 2150B--$51.93;

        (XXI) perchlorate, EPA method 314.0--$1008.60;

        (XXII) pH, SM, 19th edition, 4500H--$4.15;

        (XXIII) phenolics, total recoverable, EPA method 420.4--$114.49;

        (XXIV) silica, dissolved, SM, 20th edition, 4500SiO, E--$20.25;

        (XXV) solids, total dissolved, determined, SM, 20th edition, 2540C--$14.65;

        (XXVI) sulfate, EPA method 300.0--$15.11; and

        (XXVII) turbidity, EPA method 180.1--$136.28.

      (ii) Routine water mineral group, EPA methods 300.0, and 353.2, and SM, 19th edition, 2320B, 2510B, 4500-HB and 2540C--$106.39.

    (B) Metals analysis. A preparation fee applies to all drinking water samples analyzed by inductively coupled plasma (ICP) or by inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) with turbidity greater than or equal to 1 Nephelometric Turbidity Unit (NTU) or that contains visible particles. The total analysis cost includes the per-element or per-group fee and any required sample preparation fee.

      (i) Sample preparation fee, total recoverable metals digestion, EPA method 200.2--$20.29.

      (ii) Per-element analysis fees:

        (I) mercury, EPA method 245.1--$18.41;

        (II) single ICP, EPA method 200.7--$7.73; and

        (III) single ICP-MS, EPA method 200.8--$6.88.

      (iii) Group fees:

        (I) all metals drinking water group, EPA methods 200.7, 200.8, and 245.1 and SM 19th edition 2340B--$152.43;

        (II) ICP/ICP-MS metals drinking water group, EPA methods 200.7 and 200.8 and SM 19th edition 2340B--$81.33;

        (III) total hardness, SM, 19th edition 2340B--$10.58; and

        (IV) reagent water metal suitability group, EPA methods 200.7 and 200.8--$41.80.

    (C) Organic compounds:

      (i) chlorinated pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in drinking water, EPA method 508.1--$150.22;

      (ii) chlorophenoxy herbicides, EPA method 515.4--$313.25;

      (iii) diquat and paraquat EPA method 549.2--$72.09;

      (iv) ethylene dibromide (EDB) and dibromochloropropane (DBCP), EPA method 504.1--$75.67;

      (v) endothall, EPA method 548.1--$265.63;

      (vi) glyphosate, EPA method 547--$39.40;

      (vii) haloacetic acids, EPA method 552.2--$53.72;

      (viii) carbamates insecticides, EPA 531--$57.01;

      (ix) PCB SOC6, EPA method 508A--$1045.02;

      (x) synthetic organic contaminants group 5, EPA methods 508.1 and 525.2--$205.41;

      (xi) semi-volatile organic compounds by GC-MS, EPA method 525.2--$111.74;

      (xii) trihalomethanes, EPA methods 502.2 or 524.2--$50.13;

      (xiii) trihalomethanes, EPA method 551.1--$43.91; and

      (xiv) volatile organic compounds VOCs by GC-MS, EPA method 524.2--$55.12.

    (D) Radiochemicals:

      (i) gross alpha and beta, EPA method 900.0--$170.73;

      (ii) gross alpha or beta, EPA method 900.0--$170.73;

      (iii) gamma emitting isotopes, EPA method 901.1--$36.53;

      (iv) radium-226, SM, 19th edition, 7500 RaC--$43.24;

      (v) radium-228, SM, 19th edition, 7500 RaD--$101.74;

      (vi) strontium-89 or 90, EPA method 905.0--$152.89;

      (vii) tritium, EPA method 906.0--$73.19;

      (viii) uranium isotopes, SM, 19th edition, 7500 UC--$104.81; and

      (ix) composite/storage fee--$19.23.

  (3) The following fees apply to the analysis of food and food products.

    (A) Inorganic analyses:

      (i) added water, Association of Analytical Communities (AOAC) calculation--$5.34;

      (ii) benzoate, AOAC method 980.17--$82.71;

      (iii) BRIX, AOAC method 932.14--$23.04;

      (iv) cereal, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) method CRL--$72.97;

      (v) deterioration, canned products, AOAC chart--$9.91;

      (vi) fat, paly screen, AOAC method 964.12--$61.61;

      (vii) fat, soxhlet extraction, USDA method Fat-1--$106.80;

      (viii) filth, AOAC method 941.16--$40.82;

      (ix) food coloring, AOAC method 988.13--$131.63;

      (x) gluten--$92.11;

      (xi) insect identification, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Technical Bulletin #2--$88.92;

      (xii) meat protein, AOAC calculation--$5.34;

      (xiii) moisture (total water), USDA M01 method--$63.00;

      (xiv) pH of food products, USDA PHM--$43.12;

      (xv) phosphate determination-(tri-poly-phosphate), USDA PHS1--$65.36;

      (xvi) protein, total, USDA PRO1--$81.14;

      (xvii) salt, USDA SLT--$85.81;

      (xviii) soy protein concentrate, USDA SOY1 method--$53.21;

      (xix) soya, USDA SOY1 method--$53.21;

      (xx) sulfite AOAC 980.17--$28.27; and

      (xxi) water activity, AOAC method 978.18--$33.22.

    (B) Metals analyses. A sample preparation fee applies to all food samples analyzed by ICP or ICP-MS techniques. A sample requiring both ICP and ICP-MS techniques will require two sample preparations. The total analysis fee includes the sample preparation fees and the per-element fee. The fee for analysis of multiple metals by a single method includes a single sample preparation fee and the appropriate per-element fees.

      (i) Sample preparation fee--total recoverable metals digestion, EPA methods 200.2, 200.3, or SW-846 method 3050B--$22.88.

      (ii) Per-element fees:

        (I) mercury, EPA method 245.1 and EPA SW-846 methods 7470A and 7471B--$37.90;

        (II) single metal, ICP, EPA 200.7 or EPA SW-846 method 6010C--$443.10; and

        (III) single metal, ICP-MS, EPA method 200.8, and EPA SW-846 method 6020A--$91.24.

  (4) The following fees apply to the analysis of soil and solids.

    (A) Metals analysis. A sample preparation fee applies to the analysis of all solid (soil, sediment, etc.) samples. A sample requiring both ICP and ICP-MS techniques will require two sample preparations. The total cost of the analysis will be the sample preparation fees plus the per-element fee. The fee for analysis of multiple metals by a single method includes a single sample preparation fee and the appropriate per-element fees. Determination of leachable metals in solid samples will require a solid leachate sample preparation procedure, as well as analysis of the leachate using non-potable water analytical methods. The total cost of the analysis will be the solid leachate sample preparation fee plus the required non-potable water preparation fee(s) and the per-element test(s).

      (i) Sample preparation fee--acid digestion of sediments, sludges, and soils, EPA SW-846 Method 3050B--$84.92.

      (ii) Solid leachate for metals--$273.88.

      (iii) Per-element fee:

        (I) mercury, sediment, EPA SW-846 method 7471B--$37.90;

        (II) single metal, ICP, EPA SW-846 method 6010C--$443.10; and

        (III) single metal, ICP-MS, EPA SW-846 method 6020A--$56.74.

    (B) Radiochemistry. Except for gamma emitting isotopes and tritium, a sample preparation fee applies to the analysis of all solid (soil, sediment, etc.) samples. The total cost for the analysis will be the sample preparation fee plus the analytical method fee.

      (i) Sample preparation, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$75.34.

      (ii) Americium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$59.23.

      (iii) Gross alpha and beta, SM, 19th edition, 7110B--$54.91.

      (iv) Gross alpha or beta SM, 19th edition, 7110B--$54.91.

      (v) Gamma emitting isotopes, Ga-01-R--$65.56.

      (vi) Plutonium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$36.63.

      (vii) Radium-226 SM, 19th edition, 7500 RaC modified--$58.79.

      (viii) Radium-228 SM, 19th edition, 7500 RaD modified--$118.00.

      (ix) Strontium-89 or 90, EPA method 905.0 modified--$198.64.

      (x) Thorium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$56.42.

      (xi) Tritium, EPA 520/5-86-006 H-01--$57.55.

      (xii) Uranium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$47.54.

  (5) The following fees apply to the analysis of tissue and vegetation samples. A tissue preparation (homogenization) fee applies to all seafood tissue samples analyzed for metals. The total analysis cost includes the tissue preparation fee, any analyte specific sample preparation fee, and the per-element or per-group test fee.

    (A) Tissue preparation fees:

      (i) fillets--$19.98; and

      (ii) whole fish and crabs--$46.08.

    (B) Metals analyses. A sample preparation fee applies to all tissue samples analyzed by ICP or ICP-MS. The total analysis cost includes the per-element or per-group fee plus any required sample preparation fee:

      (i) sample preparation fee--total recoverable metals digestion, EPA method 200.3--$22.88;

      (ii) per-element fees:

        (I) mercury, EPA method 7471B--$37.90;

        (II) single metal, ICP, EPA 200.7 or EPA SW-846 methods 6010C--$443.10; and

        (III)

single metal, ICP-MS, EPA method 200.8, EPA SW-846 method 6020A--$91.24.

    (C) Radiochemistry. Except for gamma emitting isotopes and tritium, a sample preparation fee applies to the analysis of all tissue and vegetation samples. The total cost for the analysis will be the sample preparation fee plus the analytical method fee.

      (i) Sample preparation, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$75.34.

      (ii) Americium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$59.23.

      (iii) Gamma emitting isotopes, Ga-01-R--$76.47.

      (iv) Gross alpha and beta, SM, 19th edition, 7110B--$54.91.

      (v) Gross alpha or beta, SM, 19th edition, 7110B--$54.91.

      (vi) Plutonium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$36.63.

      (vii) Radium-226, SM, 19th edition, RaC modified--$58.79.

      (viii) Radium-228, SM 19th edition, RaD modified--$118.00.

      (ix) Strontium-89 or 90, EPA method 905.0 modified--$198.64.

      (x) Thorium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$56.42.

      (xi) Tritium EPA Method 520/5-86-006 H-01--$57.55.

      (xii) Uranium isotopes, DOE CHEM-TP-A.20--$47.54.

  (6) The following fees apply to the analysis of non-potable water.

    (A) Inorganic parameters:

      (i) odor, SM, 20th edition, 2150B--$51.93; and

      (ii) phenolics, total recoverable, EPA method 420.4--$114.49.

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