Uranium is naturally occurring and in very low levels can be found in most rocks, soil and water. Uranium is only weakly radioactive and the MCL for
uranium in water is 30 micrograms per liter (ug/l). Inhalation or ingestion are the two primary ways of introduction to the body. Uranium can cause kidney damage and possible
cancer; however kidney damage seems to be a common result.
This will help you determine how much (if any) Uranium is in your water.
If you are performing testing to meet a regulatory requirement or if your results may be used for litigation purposes, please contact us for more information about testing packages designed for those purposes.