CDPHE Compliance Testing
As of July 1 2021, Colorado wholesale industrial hemp manufacturers must test all industrial hemp products according to the Colorado Code of Regulations 1010-21. This means all industrial hemp product testing must be conducted at a CDPHE- certified laboratory such as InfiniteCAL. After mycotoxins, pesticides, heavy metals, and residual solvent analysis have been completed, a Certificate of Analysis (COA) will be issued and can be used for each following producer unless the product is further concentrated or one of those hazards is introduced at a later manufacturing step.
The Colorado Hemp industry can now count on InfiniteCAL for accurate, reliable, and constant lab results for their compliance testing, as well as any quality assurance testing.
Hemp Testing Scenarios &
What is required for each?
Finished Hemp Products
Scenarios #1: Your company is vertically integrated, and we control everything from farm to finished product.
Scenario #2: You received unfinished hemp product that has only had potency testing conducted and formulate into finished hemp product or cosmetics.
Scenario #3: You receive industrial hemp biomass with potency testing and manufacture a finished industrial hemp product or cosmetic.
- Cannabinoid Potency
- Heavy Metals
- Residual Solvents
Reformulated Finished Hemp Products
Scenario #1: You receive unfinished hemp product that has had microbiology, mycotoxin, heavy metals, pesticides, residual solvent, and potency. You formulate into a new finished hemp product or cosmetic.
Scenario #2: You receive a finished hemp product and formulate it into a different finished hemp product or cosmetic.
Scenario #3: You receive finished hemp product with a COA from a state or country that has a registered industrial hemp program. You formulate it into a finished hemp product or cosmetic.
Unfinished Hemp Products
Scenario #1: You receive unfinished hemp product and refine or remediate into a different compliant, unfinished industrial hemp product or cosmetic.