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Title V Without VOC's - $55.00

Tests for Total Coliform, Nitrates, and Ammonia.


What about Lead?

It doesnít matter whether your drinking water source is from a private well or public water system, when it comes to lead, everyone is at risk. You cannot see, smell, or taste lead in water. The only way to know whether your drinking water is contains lead is to have it tested. Lead is found in drinking water predominantly from materials and units affiliated with service lines (pipes connecting a house to the main water pipe in the street) and home plumbing; Such as, some metal water taps, interior water pipes, from the corrosion of older fixtures or from the solder that connects pipes. When water sits in leaded pipes for several hours, lead can leach into the water supply.


Lead in Water Test - $24.95 


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Public Water Testing

Do you have public water? How often do you test it?

Recent public water contamination in different states puts into prospective how trusting we are of public water systems. Itís time to ask yourself:
  • How often is the water being tested?
  • What is it tested for?
  • How often is the water treated?
  • What is it treated for?
  • What kind of pipes are being used to distribute the water?

Here at ETR Laboratories we believe ALL water needs to be tested. Public water is tested at the water treatment center, but is not tested at the point of usage. All cities and towns have different testing requirements and some do not even cover the most common toxic elements found in public water.

Knowledge is power! Know what you are drinking! 

Annual testing is necessary to guarantee that your household is using and consuming good quality water. Safe drinking water is not only crucial for your health but for the functionality of appliances that use water. 


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Order a Public Water Toxicity Scan for only $99. Order Now

Scans for: Bacteria, Lead, Arsenic, Copper, Iron, Manganese, pH, Chlorine, Nitrates, Conductivity.


Featured Video: Private Well Water Chlorination, Maintenance, and Common Problems


Well water is not only environmentally friendly, but is also a cost-effective way to get your drinking water. There are many advantages to using well water, such as the taste, itís free of additives, there is less pollution, reduced energy usage, and a decrease in plastic consumption.The EPA recommends to test well water at least once a year, this ensures safe and pleasing drinking water from your well.

ETR Laboratories is passionate about working with private well owners, and cultivating relationships that assist in the growth in the industry. Our mission at ETR Laboratories is not only to understand water quality through scientific investigation, but to achieve healthy water and to spread clean water awareness. We encourage smart and safe water usage by providing testing materials and well services. We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of the clean water frontier. To learn more about private wells, problems and possible solutions, please watch our Well Care Maintenance video. click here.

For more information on our services, such as: well inspections, well cap  & extension installations, public and well water and radon (air & water) testing kits, contact us at ETR Laboratories today!




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Customer Testimonials

Best regards and thanks again.....appreciate your company's efficiency and cooperation..... P. Andreassen, President,  Andreassen Associates, LLC  Malden on Hudson, NY - Feb 17, 2015

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 What We Can Do For You:
  • Quick turnaround time.
  • Easy to read results via email, mail, phone, and fax.
  • 24/7  Sample drop off.
  • Local sample pick up.
  • ETR is open 6 days a week. Call or come in to chat with our well specialists'.

MTBE

(Methyl tertiary-butyl ether)

MTBE is a chemical added to gasoline to increase octane. Gasoline with MTBE is a potential risk wherever it is used, stored, or transported. MTBE moves rapidly through soil, and dissolves easily in water. Contamination in drinking water may occur from:

  1. Leaks or spills from underground and above ground storage tanks.
  2. Leaks from vehicles, planes, boats, lawn mowers, chain saws, and generators.
  3. Car accidents.
  4. Storm water runoff.

MTBE is a Volatile Organic Compound and is included in the VOC Scan, Comprehensive Scan, Health Scan, Health Scan, Environmental Scan, and Advanced Environmental Health Scan. All of which can be found for purchase in our catalogue.