Water Quality Testing

Water has the ability to dissolve a large number of substances and compounds in comparison to any other fluid, allowing the opportunity for it to collect impurities over time.

Many of the contaminants are filtered through a city system along with a personal household filtration. However, the change in quality may depend on the changes and seasons in certain parts of the nation.
Why Water Testing is Essential

Most potable water is typically treated and monitored to lessen the opportunity of contamination. However, possibilities of pollution do occur due to various unforeseen situations such as water transport medium, facility time-period, storage facility, or a natural disaster.

Water-borne calamities are due to the contaminations caused by pathogenic microorganisms which are responsible for cholera, dysentery, and diarrhea. The presence of other contaminants such as pesticides, metals, or volatile organic compounds can cause some serious defects and ailments; some life threatening.

We at Aeris investigate a variety of potential water quality hazards. The common items we test for are coliforms, E.Coli, Lead, Iron, Manganese, nitrate,
nitrite, and turbidity.