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NSF International Acquires Brazil’s Bioensaios Analysis and Environmental Consultancy Ltd., a Leading Analytical Laboratory
Date:11/25/2013

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NSF International Center of Excellence for Ecotoxicity Testing. Due to NSF Bioensaios’ strength in ecotoxicity testing, it will become part of NSF International’s Center of Excellence for Ecotoxicity Testing, combining NSF’s broad range of environmental and sustainability services with NSF Bioensaios’ expertise in environmental impact studies and toxicity testing. This includes chemical analyses and microbiological and toxicity tests of agrochemicals, drilling fluids, surface water, sea water, wastewater treatment stations, and soils and sediments, as well as environmental monitoring.

NSF Bioensaios staff includes 70 scientific and environmental experts who will remain in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Bioensaios´ founder Ellen Martha Pritsch will continue to lead its growth and development as Director of Business Operations and Alexandre Brandelli, Director of Laboratory Services, will retain his leadership of the laboratory. NSF Bioensaios is recognized as GLP-OECD by INMETRO and accredited in ISO 17025 INMETRO, MAPA and REBLAS/ANVISA.

Sales Contact: Ellen Martha Pritsch, Director of Business Operations, at ellen(at)bioensaios(dot)com(dot)br or (55) 51 3493 6888.

U.S. Media Contact: Greta Houlahan at houlahan(at)nsf(dot)org or +1 734.913.5723.

Brazil Media Contact: Juliana Wruck at juliana(dot)wruck(at)ketchum(dot)com.br or 55 11 5090.8924.

About NSF International: NSF International is an independent global public health and safety organization that develops standards, and tests and certifies products for the food, water, dietary supplement and consumer products industries, and provides testing, training and auditing services for the pharma/biotech and medical device industries (nsf.org). Founded in 1944, NSF is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide. Operating in more than 150 countries, NSF is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and has been collaborating wit
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