While this site deals mainly with products designed to test for the presence of dissolved arsenic in drinking water,
health officials and water professionals suggest testing for a lot more than just arsenic.
Other suggested water parameters for testing include, but are not limited to,
manganese, etc. Below you will find the most recent postings on the Water Testing Blog, a site
dedicated to providing useful information about water quality and water quality testing.
-- Around this time of year weather forecasters often say things like, "There's a 15% chance of spring showers this afternoon..."
Well, WE have something similar to say: "Save 15% on shower filters by ProPur from now until the end of April with disc...... 04/18/2019 | read more here
-- Surfaces and toys in childcare and daycare facilities see an awful lot of contact over the course of a day and must get wiped down with sanitizing and disinfecting solutions frequently. Did you know that in some states laws require the facilities to te...... 04/09/2019 | read more here
-- We recently head from 'JL' who asked, "What us the difference between low range quick test and quick test for well water for arsenic? What do you suggest I use for my well water. I have used the quick test before but do not know the difference."
G...... 10/09/2018 | read more here
-- Earlier this week 'Justy' asked, "Our water got tested by a guy trying to sell us a water filtration system for our home and he did a bunch of tests. One test showed we had way too much chlorine he said and is that true? The number he re...... 09/07/2018 | read more here
-- Earlier today we received an email from 'Irma' asking, "I see your small test kits have only 5 tests. We want to do a neighborhood wide testing program but getting it all done will take a while. Does the 100-test version have shelf-life lon...... 09/07/2018 | read more here