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Roundup™ in Water

Glyphosate - It is the most widely used herbicide on the market today, known as Roundup™. I’m sure many of us have a bottle of this on hand to deal with those pesky weeds in our landscaping. Testing for more . . .

Lead in Water

According to the EPA Lead can enter drinking water through corrosion of plumbing materials, especially where the water has high acidity or low mineral content that corrodes pipes and fixtures. Homes built before 1986 are more likely to have lead pipes, fixtures and solder. However, new homes are also at risk: even legally "lead-free" plumbing may contain up to eight percent lead. more info...

Gas Well Drilling and Water Quality - What you should know

The pursuit of new energy resources to replace our dependence on foreign oil is quickly becoming the 21st century natural gas gold rush. In the race to find new resources, have we potentially endangered another one of our natural resources? Homeowners across the country are becoming more aware of the affects of gas well drilling and the potential contamination issues relating to their private well water. Do you know what's in your water? more info...


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National Testing Laboratories

Offering affordable drinking water testing to homeowners for more than 25 years. Whether your drinking water comes from a private well or public water supply (city water), we offer home water testing packages specifically designed for testing both types of water supplies. We answer the question "What's in my Water?

Well Water Testing for Homeowners

Private wells are primarily unregulated (although a few states are beginning to regulate), so it is up to the homeowner to make sure the water coming from their well is safe for consumption. Most wells are tested at some point in time, but more than likely that testing was only for bacteria. While bacteria poses an immediate health risk, there are other contaminants that lurk in ground water that can cause illness when exposed to small amounts over a long periods of time - Arsenic and Uranium are two examples.

City Water Testing for Homeowners

Public water suppliers (city water) are responsible for testing the water quality as it leaves the water treatment facility. But this treated water runs through potentially miles of pipes throughout the distribution system - some of which may contain lead and copper, not to mention many systems are very old and thus starting to develop cracks which could potentially expose this water to other contamination.



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