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We offer a full range of testing methods in compliance with the Safe Water Drinking Act.

DRINKING WATER ANALYSIS

Water is the most precious of our resources and it's important to make sure the water you are drinking is safe. Heavy metals, minerals, and even microorganisms can be present in clear water. Water testing is the only way to ensure the reliability of your water source.

Some common water tests are:

pH

Hardness
Magnesium (Mg)
Sodium (Na)

Nitrate-N

Phosphorus (P)

Chromium (Cr)

Manganese (Mn)

Zinc (Zn)

Nitrite-N

Potassium (K)

Copper (Cu)

Total Coliform/E.coli

Calcium (Ca)

Lead (Pb)

Nickel (Ni)

Aluminum (Al)

Iron (Fe)

Additional testing is also available by request.

Keeping Your Drinking Water Safe

If your drinking water is supplied by a private well, it is important to have the well tested annually for Total Coliform/E.coli, Nitrate-N, Nitrite-N or any other contaminants that may be hazardous to your health. We encourage anyone to use our water testing services to ensure that your drinking water is safe and contaminant-free.

When Should I Have My Water Tested?

Below is a list of common water tests, however additional testing is also available by request.

  • You notice a change in your water’s appearance, smell or taste

  • You encounter problems like a broken well cap

  • Possible contamination in or at your well

  • Visitors, or anyone that does not regularly use your well, experience illness after drinking from your well

  • An infant is drinking from your well

  • You find a need to monitor your water treatment equipment’s performance

  • Monitoring equipment after treatment of your drinking water system

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