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Well Water Testing in Kingston & Brewster, New York

We all need safe, potable water for drinking, cooking, and bathing. When your water comes from an underground well on your property, however, that is not always a given.

Underground water sources can be contaminated by a wide variety of contaminants, including trace metals like lead, copper, and iron. Other threats to safe drinking water include various types of mold or toxins from fertilizers and pesticides used to grow crops, gardens, and yards.

Mandatory Water Testing in the Dutchess County

For Real Estate Transactions in East Fishkill, Fishkill and Wappingers (Dutchess County Health Dept. Testwell Series) water testing is mandatory. Other tests are also available by request.

When you suspect that the water from your well might not be safe to drink, you must test it for purity. The water testing experts from KD Environmental Consulting Services can quickly determine whether the water at your home or office in Poughkeepsie, Kingston, Brewster and surrounding areas is safe for consumption.

Dangers of Drinking Tainted Well Water

In addition to potential toxins like mold and fertilizer, the EPA has set maximum contaminant levels (MCL) for water containing a wide collection of metals that can wind up in underground water supplies.

Among the most common impurities that local health departments target as potential dangers found in well water include coliform bacteria, nitrates, pH, sodium, chloride, fluoride, sulfate, iron, manganese, total dissolved solids, and hardness.

Drink Safe Water in Kingston & Brewster, NY

When it is time to check the quality of water from your underground well, there are a large number of potential impurities that can show up. Our proven professionals from KD Environmental Consulting Services can test for a wide variety of impurities. Contact us online or give us a call at 845-203-3934 to learn more about our services.

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What to Expect From Your Mold Assessor

Review the Fact Sheet from the New York State Department of Labor