We offer a variety of water testing
services to meet your specific needs

Water is essential to our survival. We use water in our life everywhere, home, work, recreation. To ensure that we live in an environment where we do not have to worry about the quality of water, there is a series of standards established by federal government, states and other regulatory bodies and thus the quality of water is regulated. The Congress passed the Safe Drinking Water Act in 1974. EPA has been tasked to establish and reinforce standards; however, the EPA has delegated the primary reinforcement responsibilities to public water systems and Indian Tribes meeting certain requirements. There are natural waters such as rivers, lakes; ground water such as well water; waste water, raw sewage, treated waste water, storm run-off water, industrial process water to name a few.

The contents of elements and compounds along with microorganism and other contaminants will widely vary depending on the source and treatment of the water. Thus, there are a very long list of analytes to test for. Most analytes are tested to US EPA, State Methods, Standard Methods, or ASTM test protocols. Our laboratories test for basic parameters such as conductivity, pH, inorganics such as various metals (mercury, chromium, arsenic, cadmium, lead, selenium, calcium, potassium, etc.) and anions (nitrate, nitrite, sulfides, cyanides, phosphates etc.), ammonia, volatile, semi-volatile organic compounds, anions, pesticides, herbicides, surfactants, organohalogenics, oxygenates, solids, chlorophyll, carbons, oxygen demands, diesel and gasoline range contaminants, solids, turbidity and so on. Our laboratories offer an extended range of water testing services, including drinking water, storm water, waste water or similar type effluents.

We offer a variety of water testing
services to meet your specific needs

Water is essential to our survival. We use water in our life everywhere, home, work, recreation. To ensure that we live in an environment where we do not have to worry about the quality of water, there is a series of standards established by federal government, states and other regulatory bodies and thus the quality of water is regulated. The Congress passed the Safe Drinking Water Act in 1974. EPA has been tasked to establish and reinforce standards; however, the EPA has delegated the primary reinforcement responsibilities to public water systems and Indian Tribes meeting certain requirements. There are natural waters such as rivers, lakes; ground water such as well water; waste water, raw sewage, treated waste water, storm run-off water, industrial process water to name a few.

The contents of elements and compounds along with microorganism and other contaminants will widely vary depending on the source and treatment of the water. Thus, there are a very long list of analytes to test for. Most analytes are tested to US EPA, State Methods, Standard Methods, or ASTM test protocols. Our laboratories test for basic parameters such as conductivity, pH, inorganics such as various metals (mercury, chromium, arsenic, cadmium, lead, selenium, calcium, potassium, etc.) and anions (nitrate, nitrite, sulfides, cyanides, phosphates etc.), ammonia, volatile, semi-volatile organic compounds, anions, pesticides, herbicides, surfactants, organohalogenics, oxygenates, solids, chlorophyll, carbons, oxygen demands, diesel and gasoline range contaminants, solids, turbidity and so on. Our laboratories offer an extended range of water testing services, including drinking water, storm water, waste water or similar type effluents.

We offer a variety of water testing
services to meet your specific needs

Water is essential to our survival. We use water in our life everywhere, home, work, recreation. To ensure that we live in an environment where we do not have to worry about the quality of water, there is a series of standards established by federal government, states and other regulatory bodies and thus the quality of water is regulated. The Congress passed the Safe Drinking Water Act in 1974. EPA has been tasked to establish and reinforce standards; however, the EPA has delegated the primary reinforcement responsibilities to public water systems and Indian Tribes meeting certain requirements. There are natural waters such as rivers, lakes; ground water such as well water; waste water, raw sewage, treated waste water, storm run-off water, industrial process water to name a few.

The contents of elements and compounds along with microorganism and other contaminants will widely vary depending on the source and treatment of the water. Thus, there are a very long list of analytes to test for. Most analytes are tested to US EPA, State Methods, Standard Methods, or ASTM test protocols. Our laboratories test for basic parameters such as conductivity, pH, inorganics such as various metals (mercury, chromium, arsenic, cadmium, lead, selenium, calcium, potassium, etc.) and anions (nitrate, nitrite, sulfides, cyanides, phosphates etc.), ammonia, volatile, semi-volatile organic compounds, anions, pesticides, herbicides, surfactants, organohalogenics, oxygenates, solids, chlorophyll, carbons, oxygen demands, diesel and gasoline range contaminants, solids, turbidity and so on. Our laboratories offer an extended range of water testing services, including drinking water, storm water, waste water or similar type effluents.

We offer a variety of water testing
services to meet your specific needs

Water is essential to our survival. We use water in our life everywhere, home, work, recreation. To ensure that we live in an environment where we do not have to worry about the quality of water, there is a series of standards established by federal government, states and other regulatory bodies and thus the quality of water is regulated. The Congress passed the Safe Drinking Water Act in 1974. EPA has been tasked to establish and reinforce standards; however, the EPA has delegated the primary reinforcement responsibilities to public water systems and Indian Tribes meeting certain requirements. There are natural waters such as rivers, lakes; ground water such as well water; waste water, raw sewage, treated waste water, storm run-off water, industrial process water to name a few.

The contents of elements and compounds along with microorganism and other contaminants will widely vary depending on the source and treatment of the water. Thus, there are a very long list of analytes to test for. Most analytes are tested to US EPA, State Methods, Standard Methods, or ASTM test protocols. Our laboratories test for basic parameters such as conductivity, pH, inorganics such as various metals (mercury, chromium, arsenic, cadmium, lead, selenium, calcium, potassium, etc.) and anions (nitrate, nitrite, sulfides, cyanides, phosphates etc.), ammonia, volatile, semi-volatile organic compounds, anions, pesticides, herbicides, surfactants, organohalogenics, oxygenates, solids, chlorophyll, carbons, oxygen demands, diesel and gasoline range contaminants, solids, turbidity and so on. Our laboratories offer an extended range of water testing services, including drinking water, storm water, waste water or similar type effluents.

Drinking Water

US EPA regulates drinking water quality for about 90% of the population. As most municipalities treat and test their drinking water, however there is a need to test beyond basic parameters, our laboratories are supplementing tests for analytes the local laboratory is not set up for. Additionally, in the US, about 10 % of the people obtains water from private wells that are not regulated under SWRCB. It is the owner’s responsibility to test the water from the well for safe drinking. When one buys a new house or building, or interested to know if the pipes are not contaminating the water in the house or building, or wants to test the well for suitability as drinking water source, should test the water for its contaminants and their levels. We are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Waste Water Effluents

The State of California regulates discharge report requirements under 23 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 2200 to 2236. Discharge from a waste water treatment facility is regulated plant by plant. There are quite a variety of list of analytes one wants to test the waste water for and the test methods do differ from those of drinking water. Our chemists are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Storm Water

In California, storm water management is governed by the California Water Boards over 20 years. The goal is to use storm water as a water source that has reduced pollutant levels, so run-off water and its treatments programs will concern municipalities, industries, residential areas. Our laboratories are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Drinking Water

US EPA regulates drinking water quality for about 90% of the population. As most municipalities treat and test their drinking water, however there is a need to test beyond basic parameters, our laboratories are supplementing tests for analytes the local laboratory is not set up for. Additionally, in the US, about 10 % of the people obtains water from private wells that are not regulated under SWRCB. It is the owner’s responsibility to test the water from the well for safe drinking. When one buys a new house or building, or interested to know if the pipes are not contaminating the water in the house or building, or wants to test the well for suitability as drinking water source, should test the water for its contaminants and their levels. We are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Waste Water Effluents

The State of California regulates discharge report requirements under 23 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 2200 to 2236. Discharge from a waste water treatment facility is regulated plant by plant. There are quite a variety of list of analytes one wants to test the waste water for and the test methods do differ from those of drinking water. Our chemists are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Storm Water

In California, storm water management is governed by the California Water Boards over 20 years. The goal is to use storm water as a water source that has reduced pollutant levels, so run-off water and its treatments programs will concern municipalities, industries, residential areas. Our laboratories are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Drinking Water

US EPA regulates drinking water quality for about 90% of the population. As most municipalities treat and test their drinking water, however there is a need to test beyond basic parameters, our laboratories are supplementing tests for analytes the local laboratory is not set up for. Additionally, in the US, about 10 % of the people obtains water from private wells that are not regulated under SWRCB. It is the owner’s responsibility to test the water from the well for safe drinking. When one buys a new house or building, or interested to know if the pipes are not contaminating the water in the house or building, or wants to test the well for suitability as drinking water source, should test the water for its contaminants and their levels. We are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Waste Water Effluents

The State of California regulates discharge report requirements under 23 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 2200 to 2236. Discharge from a waste water treatment facility is regulated plant by plant. There are quite a variety of list of analytes one wants to test the waste water for and the test methods do differ from those of drinking water. Our chemists are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Storm Water

In California, storm water management is governed by the California Water Boards over 20 years. The goal is to use storm water as a water source that has reduced pollutant levels, so run-off water and its treatments programs will concern municipalities, industries, residential areas. Our laboratories are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Drinking Water

US EPA regulates drinking water quality for about 90% of the population. As most municipalities treat and test their drinking water, however there is a need to test beyond basic parameters, our laboratories are supplementing tests for analytes the local laboratory is not set up for. Additionally, in the US, about 10 % of the people obtains water from private wells that are not regulated under SWRCB. It is the owner’s responsibility to test the water from the well for safe drinking. When one buys a new house or building, or interested to know if the pipes are not contaminating the water in the house or building, or wants to test the well for suitability as drinking water source, should test the water for its contaminants and their levels. We are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Waste Water Effluents

The State of California regulates discharge report requirements under 23 California Code of Regulations (CCR) 2200 to 2236. Discharge from a waste water treatment facility is regulated plant by plant. There are quite a variety of list of analytes one wants to test the waste water for and the test methods do differ from those of drinking water. Our chemists are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

Storm Water

In California, storm water management is governed by the California Water Boards over 20 years. The goal is to use storm water as a water source that has reduced pollutant levels, so run-off water and its treatments programs will concern municipalities, industries, residential areas. Our laboratories are here to help and guide what testing you would need, provide sampling accessories, test to the appropriate test methods and explain results. Please contact us by clicking here.

We are here to help and guide you through the required and optional testing. No matter what type of water samples you have, our full set of capabilities to test, a friendly and prompt service is there to support you all the time. Please contact us by clicking here.

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We are here to help and guide you through the required and optional testing. No matter what type of water samples you have, our full set of capabilities to test, a friendly and prompt service is there to support you all the time. Please contact us by clicking here.

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