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Drinking Water Pathogens services for Water and Wastewater

  • Escherchia Coli

    Escherchia coli O157:H7 is a strain of the bacterium E. coli. In recent years this strain has been linked to deaths due to the ingestion of improperly cooked foods, especially ground beef. This organism has also been found in raw milk, sausage, roast beef, non-chlorinated water, apple cider, vegetables, salads & mayonnaise.

    By Pure Earth Environmental Laboratory, Inc. based in Pennsauken, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Escherchia Coli Service line

  • Fecal Coliform,Total Coliform, E. coli-P/A

    In this qualitative analysis, environmental samples such as swabs, water, dust, etc. are grown in culture with metabolic indicators to detect the presence/absence of coliforms. If coliforms are presence, the culture is further analyzed to detect E. coli and fecal coliforms. Fecal coliforms are distinguished by their ability to grow at increased ...

    By EMLab P&K based in South San Francisco, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Fecal Coliform,Total Coliform, E. coli-P/A Service line

  • Cryptosporidium & Giardia Viability Testing Services

    In addition to the detection of Cryptosporidium and Giardia in submitted samples, we also provide potenial viability testing by vital dye staining.  This procedure lacks the sensitivity and accuracy to determine the viability of the detected cysts and oocysts. Thus to reliably and accurately asses viability of Cryptosporidium oocysts, we ...

    By BCS Laboratories, Inc based in Gainesville, FLORIDA (USA).

  • Total Coliform Count

    Includes the species Escherichia, Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Aeromonas, and more. Their presence is an indication of the overall quality of the food product and hygienic conditions during processing.

    By Pure Earth Environmental Laboratory, Inc. based in Pennsauken, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Total Coliform Count Service line

  • Private Wells Service

    The EPA recommends that well water be tested every year. For total coliform bacteria, nitrates, total dissolved solids, and pH levels. If you suspect other contaminants, test for those. Here is a list to help identify potential problems.

    By Edge Analytical based in Burlington, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Escherchia Coli Count

    This will give a count of the total E. coli bacteria present per gram of sample. This does not differentiate between the various types of E. coli (ie: enterohemorrhagic).

    By Pure Earth Environmental Laboratory, Inc. based in Pennsauken, NEW JERSEY (USA). from Escherchia Coli Count Service line

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