The lab is still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Due to power outages in Miami, delivery of results will unfortunately be delayed.

Sending Samples for Biobased Content or Renewable Carbon Testing

Step 1

Contact us at for a quote

Step 2

Prepare Samples

Please read guidelines on sampling and recommended containers before shipment of your samples:

CO2 emissions and waste-derived fuels (e.g. RDF, SRF, tires, waste, sludge)

Biobased products

Liquid biofuels

All materials categorised as hazardous or containing combustible elements must be shipped directly to the lab in Miami in accordance with International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations; details can be found in the Fedex Packaging Dangerous Goods section.

NOTE: The lab can only accept very small quantities of hazardous or flammable substances (e.g. microliters). If in doubt about the safety of your sample, please contact us at

The lab does not accept mutagenic materials for testing.

Step 4

Send samples and Sample Submittal Form to a Beta Analytic office

Customs declaration for shipment directly to the lab in Miami, Florida – “CARBON NCM NUMBER 2803.00 FOR SCIENTIFIC STUDY – TO BE DESTROYED ENTIRELY DURING THE ANALYSIS – NO COMMERCIAL VALUE”

Customs and carriage value: 1 USD

Harmonized Tariff Number (HS code) – 280300

Please do not send more than what we require to minimize customs issues.

Turnaround time – Our quoted turnaround time starts following day of receipt at the Miami laboratory excluding weekends.