Pazoo Inc (OTCMKTS:PZOO)’s announced that its associate, MA & Associates joined the Nevada Cannabis Laboratory Association. It is the first cannabis testing lab association to be established in Nevada and intends to lead by example for other U.S. states to follow suit.
Pazoo associate joined NVCLA which is formed for many reasons. It is meant to help the state to have consistent testing regulations. The group will assist the marijuana growers decide what amount and percentage of chemicals and pesticides can be utilized to ensure the harvests pass testing. The other objective of the group is to prepare Nevada for 2016 when it is expected that it will approve recreational marijuana.
Pazoo’s associate head lab director, Brad Gore confirmed that he will represent the company at association’s meetings which will be held on a regular basis. He will act as a great voice for the association. Becoming a part of group will even further MA & Associates outreach to the growing community while helping the State of Nevada.
The new facility
Pazoo released new pictures of its Las Vegas Testing facility on its website. The new facility will be operated by its associate. It has all the essential equipment and technology in place and only some additional work of the facility is remained to be done. Harris Lee, LLC, the wholly owned subsidiary of Pazoo expects to get a location in May 2015 in Oregon. It will develop a testing lab in the Portland region.
The expert view
Antonio Del Hierro, the CO-CEO of Pazoo Inc (OTCMKTS:PZOO), said that the management expects that the company through its subsidiary will have a significant footprint of any marijuana testing Laboratory Company across nation by the end of this year. It intends to substantially expand the operations by the end of 2016. The management wants to provide proper guidance to other U.S. states on the implementation of testing standards that will support the growth and sustainability of marijuana industry.
In last trading session, the stock price of Pazoo dropped 1.97% to close the day at $0.0115.