Schedule Water Quality Monitoring

Email Dr. Steven Spayd at with your contaminant(s) of interest and when you would like to start testing and he will get back to you with recommendations for the most appropriate test and what it will cost. Typically once per year testing of treated water is sufficient. It is often best to test both the raw/untreated water and the treated water. It's important to know what's coming in untreated to compare with the treated water. Some treatment systems have two treatment tanks in series (a worker tank and a safety tank) and for these systems there is often a tap between these two tanks that is the most important place to test. You can email a photo or two of your treatment system for help figuring out where to collect the water samples. There is no cost to set up a water sampling schedule - only the cost of the water test.