A demonstration of technologies for determining the presence of dioxin and dioxin-like compounds in soil and sediment was conducted under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program in Saginaw, Michigan, at Green Point Environmental Learning Center from April 26 to May 5, 2004. This innovative technology verification report describes the objectives and the results of that demonstration, and serves to verify the performance and cost of the Xenobiotic Detection Systems, Inc., CALUX by XDS. Four other technologies were evaluated as part of this demonstration, and separate reports have been prepared for each technology. The objectives of the demonstration included evaluating the technology's accuracy, precision, sensitivity, sample throughput, tendency for matrix effects, and cost. The test also included an assessment of how well the technology's results compared to those generated by established laboratory methods using high-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS). The demonstration objectives were accomplished by evaluating the results generated by the technology from 209 soil, sediment, and extract samples. The test samples included performance evaluation (PE) samples (i.e., contaminant concentrations were certified or the samples were spiked with known contaminants) and environmental samples collected from 10 different sampling locations.