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  • Arsenic In Well Water

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency sets a Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for contaminants in public drinking water. The MCL is the maximum concentration that is allowed for public water supplies. For arsenic, the MCL is 10 ug/L (which is the same as 0.01 mg/L). While the EPA does not regulate private well water quality, home owners ...

    By Air & Water Quality, Inc. based in Freeport, MAINE (USA). from Arsenic In Well Water Service line

  • Water Well & Treatment

    Water quality is an issue for a number of Canadians. Many Canadians access their water through municipal treated water systems or wells, while others must either haul water and store it. According to watertoday.ca, a website dedicated to monitoring water advisories across Canada, nearly 11,000 communities are under a boil water advisory as of ...

    By Clean Flo Water Technologies based in Regina, SASKATCHEWAN (CANADA).

  • Analytical Packages - drinking water near gas well drilling

    CWM Environmental recommends the following pre-drill analytical packages to ensure safe and adequate drinking water near gas well drilling activities: Tier 1 – Includes testing for the basic parameters that are likely to change if gas drilling affects groundwater. These include; Alkalinity, Barium, Calcium, Chloride, ...

    By CWM Laboratories based in Kittanning, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Ground Water Remediation

    Many municipalities and industries alike are faced with the growing challenge of properly treating their contaminated wells, runoff and other groundwater supplies.PEEC provides the technical know-how and has the cost-effective solutions to make treating contaminated waters - whether destined for potable drinking water or non-potable discharge - ...

    By Professional Environmental Engineering Consultants based in Wollongong, AUSTRALIA.

  • Dynamic Flow Profiling

    Increasingly stringent standards for trace levels of contaminants such as chromium, arsenic, nitrates and TPC in combination with a surge in demand for groundwater resources have led to a need for more efficient and precise well characterization. Under exclusive license to BESST Inc. from the U.S. Geological Survey, the DyeTracer system allows ...

    By Best Environmental Subsurface Sampling Technologies, Inc. (BESST) based in San Rafael, CALIFORNIA (USA).

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