Lead In Water services in USA

  • iATL - Lead in Drinking Water

    Lead in Drinking Water is a concern for many building owners and occupants in public and private settings. EPA mandates sampling protocols, container size, shipping instructions, sample preservation, holding times, and MCLs. iATL employs the AAS graphite furnace technique for these samples. Results are reported in parts per billion (ppb). ...

    By International Asbestos Testing Laboratories (iATL) based in Mt. Laurel, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Lead Analysis Service line

  • Premium

    Water Treatment Solutions

    From municipal drinking water to ultrapure water for industrial use, Fluence delivers cost-effective and sustainable water solutions anywhere in the world. Safe drinking water is fundamental to life. Fluence has more than 30 years of experience in making water safe. Fluence uses its proprietary technologies to provide decentralized, standard, and ...

    By Fluence Corporation based in White Plains, NEW YORK (USA). from Sustainable Solutions Service line

  • Abatement Wipe Sampling & Analysis Services

    At Paradigm we offer laboratory analysis of paint chips, dust wipes, soils, and drinking waters. This testing is often used to supplement the information gathered during an XRF survey. Paint chips can be used as an alternative to XRF, and are often used to verify XRF readings. Wipe samples are used to assess lead-contaminated dust prior to and ...

    By Paradigm Environmental Services, Inc. based in Rochester, NEW YORK (USA). from Lead Based Material Service line

  • XRF Inspection Services

    A lead inspection or survey locates, categorizes and evaluates the condition of lead-based paint (LBP) or lead containing materials in a given area.  Using specialized, non-destructive testing methods, ALC is able to provide an instant determination if lead-based paint is present.  We are also proficient in testing water, air, soil and ...

    By ALC Environmental Inc. based in New York, NEW YORK (USA). from Environmental Consulting - Lead Based Paint Services Service line

  • Water Treatment Services

    Regulatory compliance. Sustainability. Engineering. Asset management. Helping you meet regulatory compliance. The water quality and treatment requirements of a community’s raw water source vary widely throughout the U.S. Additionally, regulatory requirements continue to become increasingly stringent. The EPA has hundreds of compounds listed ...

    By Woolpert, Inc. based in Dayton, OHIO (USA). from Water Service line

  • Lead Services

    Lead is a toxic heavy metal that was used for many years in products found in and around homes and buildings. In the past, lead was also used regularly in fuel, paint, ceramics, caulk, pipes, and solder among other things. Lead can also be emitted into the air from industrial sources and leaded aviation gasoline, and lead can enter drinking water ...

    By VOETS, LLC based in New York,, NEW YORK (USA). from Other Service line

  • Lead Services

    Lead is a highly toxic metal found in small amounts in the earth’s crust. Because of its abundance, low cost, and physical properties, lead and lead compounds have been used in a wide variety of products including paint, ceramics, pipes, solders, gasoline, batteries, and cosmetics. Since 1980, federal and state regulatory standards have ...

    By EHS Laboratories Inc. based in Richmond, VIRGINIA (USA). from Lab Services Service line

  • Lead Soil Testing for Lead in Soil

    Lead in soil is a common problem that can result in chronic health problems. The presence of lead in soil occurs naturally, or arrives via contaminated air, water, deteriorated lead-based paint, or from construction/renovation. Unless the contamination is clearly visible, such as paint chips, a lead soil test will be necessary to determine the ...

    By AAA Lead Consultants and Inspections based in Corona, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Lead Services

    Lead is a highly toxic metal that is essentially indestructible and is ubiquitous in the environment. There are three (3) major sources of lead, and they are as follows: Lead-Based Paint (LBP): LBP is the most serious source of children's exposure. The highest concentrations come from lead-painted homes and buildings built before 1940 and from ...

    By Aires Consulting Group, Inc. based in Batavia, ILLINOIS (USA).

  • Lead Services

    Lead inspections and risk assessments are generally requested by private individuals, realtors, financial institutions, or corporations when an older, pre-1978 structure is slated for occupancy by young children, when slated for demolition, or when used as a childcare facility. HydroTech maintains a state licensed lead inspector and lead risk ...

    By HydroTech Corporation based in Anderson, INDIANA (USA).

  • Lead Analysis

    MACS Lab’s accreditations are your assurance that the lab follows prescribed procedures for analysis and quality assurance, so you know you are getting accurate results. Each laboratory site actually performing the analysis of lead in paint, soil, dust, and air must be separately accredited. Some big companies have many sites but not all of ...

    By MACS Lab, Inc. based in Grass Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Lead Services

    MAI has licensed Lead inspectors in the State of Michigan. In Michigan, the State rules apply to child-occupied facilities so these rules apply to schools, homes and occasionally on military bases. MAI can perform lead assessments for property sales for municipalities’ dangerous buildings programs. In addition, MAI can provide completed lead ...

    By Martin & Associates International, Inc based in Southfield, MICHIGAN (USA).

  • Lead Exposure Risk Assessment

    The objective of a risk assessment is to identify the lead hazards in the home or community, pathways through which exposure to lead occurs such as dust and soil, likely sources of exposure, identify the options for management or removal of any hazards or source of lead in paint, dust or drinking water. Water quality testing, structural condition, ...

    By A.L.I.S. Environmental, Inc. based in Pinnacle, NORTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Lead Paint Test Services

    AAT can provide your firm the analysis of any heavy metal including but not limited to: Lead, Mercury, Cadmium, Copper, Zinc... by any of the analytical techniques listed below. Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (FLAA). Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (GFAA). Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometer (ICP). Cold vapor Atomic ...

    By Accurate Analytical Testing, LLC (AAT) based in Belleville, MICHIGAN (USA).

  • Lead Consulting and Testing

    Lead overexposure is one of the most common overexposures found in the industry and is a leading cause of workplace illness. It is also a major, potential public health risk. In general populations, lead may be present in hazardous concentrations in food, water, and air. Sources include paint, urban dust, and folk remedies. Lead poisoning is the ...

    By Cardinal Environmental based in Sheboygan, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Asbestos and Lead Paint Service

    Investigation Phase: Asbestos containing material investigations, NYS/EPA AHERA inspectors and NYC investigators, Lead based paint investigations, EPA/NJ inspectors/risk assessors, Paint chip and dust wipe sampling and XRF testing, Lead in water and soil testing Interpretation of laboratory results, Risk assessment, Reinspection and periodic ...

    By Warren & Panzer Engineers, P.C. based in New York, NEW YORK (USA). from Industrial Hygiene Services Service line

  • Highly Toxic Metal Lead

    Lead is a highly toxic metal found in products including paint, ceramics, pipes, solders, gasoline, batteries and cosmetics. Since 1980, federal and state regulatory standards have helped to minimize or eliminate the amount of lead in consumer products and occupational settings. Today, the most common sources of lead exposure in the United States ...

    By RDS Environmental based in Broomfield, COLORADO (USA). from Commercial Service line

  • Lead Based Paint

    Individuals and firms conducting lead-based paint activities in target housing and child-occupied facilities must be trained and certified. AMRC was one of the first companies in Florida to be fully certified by the Unites States Environmental Protection Agency under Section 402 of the Toxic Substances Control Act as a Lead Paint Activities Firm. ...

    By American Management Resources Corporation/AMRC Environmental based in Ft. Myers, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Lead Paint Inspection Services

    Lead paint inspection and lead inspections for soil and water are the areas of expertise for California-based AAA Lead Consultants. You can hire a certified lead inspector now to conduct a comprehensive home inspection to discover the hidden dangers presented by lead-based paint and other lead containing products. San Bernardino County, Riverside ...

    By AAA Lead Consultants and Inspections based in Corona, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Lead Paint Abatement Services

    Lead is a toxic metal that was used for many years in products found in and around our homes. Lead also can be emitted into the air from motor vehicles and industrial sources, and lead can enter drinking water from plumbing materials. Lead may cause a range of health effects, from behavioral problems and learning disabilities, to seizures and ...

    By Microtech Environmental Services based in West Babylon, NEW YORK (USA).

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you