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Trimega Laboratories Honoured to Represent UK at the European Business Awards
Date:5/8/2011

ate results: at its annual conference in April, the Society of Hair Testing (SOHT) confirmed that dual testing on hair for alcohol misuse provides accuracy rates of over 94%, with less than a 1% risk of a false positive, and just a 5.75% risk of a false negative. The SOHT's consensus was based on analysis of Trimega's data set of approximately 2,000 dual hair testing samples, the largest of its kind in the world.

In February this year, Trimega opened a state-of-the-art laboratory in Manchester.

Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council, said: "We are very proud that Trimega has been selected as just one of 25 companies to represent the UK in the awards. Trimega is a world leader in the fast-growth market for hair testing for alcohol and drug abuse and I was absolutely delighted when the company chose Manchester as the location for its new laboratory and I was able to attend the launch."

Lasarow added: "The European Business Awards is widely recognised as the showcase for Europe's most dynamic companies. We look forward to the next round of the competition where we'll be competing across Europe to receive a Ruban d'Honneur and hopefully win the category for the UKTI Award for Innovation."

The results of Trimega's work are of particular benefit in child custody and adoption cases and the company's key clients are social services and the legal sector. In 2010, Trimega conducted almost 11,000 tests for the family courts in England and Wales.

The European Business Awards has identified some of Europe's brightest businesses based on their ability to demonstrate the three core principles at the heart of the awards programme. The panel of judges was looking for organisations to represent the UK who exhibited innovation, business excellence and sustainability.

Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards, said: "Over the past five years we've received an incredibly high standard of entries from organisations that are
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