Arsenic Test was
developed with considerations for safety, sensitivity easy-of-use, and speed.
Arsenic can be found naturally in the environment and can be an industrial by-product of certain
Arsenic is odorless and tasteless which
makes detection of presence not possible without physically testing the water.
Arsenic has both short term and long term health risks associated
Arsenic is a carcinogen which is linked to various
cancers including skin, lung and bladder.
EPA only governs public water supplies and does require periodic
testing for arsenic. Homeowners on private wells are not regulated and thus should test periodically
for arsenic levels.
Click here to view the arsenic test sampling instructions.
THE BEST ARSENIC TEST - NATIONAL TESTING LABORATORIES
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your Arsenic Test from National Testing Laboratories. Clicking on these images will open a new internet
window and take you to the laboratory website. Once you arrive at the laboratory website click on the green button
to "See Our Products".
Click the image to the right to
view the USGS' Equal-area map. This map illustrates Arsenic water concentrations found in at least 25% of
ground-water samples within a moving 50 km radius map.
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