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Water Quality Testing Blog

Making Sense of Manganese

Posted by Chad Howard, MD on May 23rd 2018

Although it is never found as a pure element; manganese is necessary for the production of steel, batteries, ceramics, pesticides, fertilizers and in dietary supplements. In this month' … read more

Return of the Ancient Poison (Arsenic)

Posted by Chad Howard, M.D. on Jan 22nd 2018

Arsenic Test Kits Most people probably recognize arsenic as an old-time poison, but many do not know how potent it actually is. One-tenth of a teaspoon of arsenic can cause death in ho … read more

Hurricane Pool Cleanup

Posted by Marketing Manager - Mike McBride on Sep 19th 2017

We all know that Hurricanes can wreak devastation. The recent floodwaters in Houston and Florida contain everything from raw sewage to chemicals. Before beginning the process of pool cleanup … read more

The CDC recommends that people use their own test strips

Posted by marketing on May 23rd 2016

Periodic 2013 inspections of public pools, hot tubs, and spas in Arizona, California, Florida, New York, and Texas revealed over 80 % had at least one health or safety violation. One of eve … read more

Is the Water Safe In Public Schools?

Posted by marketing on Mar 31st 2016

Is the water safe in public schools? The water crisis in Michigan has drawn national attention to water quality and safety. Many public school districts still question their water purity. Ex … read more