Oregon Lab Accreditation Problems Could Delay Rec Cannabis Rollout

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The full rollout of Oregon’s much-anticipated recreational cannabis industry next month could be delayed owing to problems with the accreditation of marijuana testing labs.

The Register-Guard reported that the Oregon Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program, or ORELAP, is overworked and understaffed. That means the agency may not be able to accredit enough labs to satisfy required testing for rec products in time for the industry to begin full adult-use sales.

In addition to cannabis, ORELAP oversees water and other health laboratory testing in Oregon.

“We are on the precipice of collapse of environmental, drinking water, and cannabis accreditation because of the

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