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Lead & Copper Analysis of Drinking Water
When it comes to protecting the public health, there is no more important issue than ensuring the safety of our nation’s drinking water supply. Pace has been providing full drinking water analysis and testing services for over 30 years to various types of clients including public and private utilities, other environmental testing laboratories, bottled water companies, governmental agencies, and consulting firms located throughout the USA, Caribbean, Central America and Europe.
Our drinking water laboratories have become one of the top drinking water analysis and testing laboratory networks in the nation. Pace provides virtually all required parameters in our own laboratory network including dioxin, radiochemistry, UCMR, and emerging contaminants such as PFAS, 1,4-Dioxane, and low-level hexavalent chromium. Pace is certified for drinking water analysis in virtually every state and U.S. territory.
Whether you need drinking water testing services for your Public Water System (PWS), or to test your bottled water products or source wells for EPA or FDA compliance, Pace’s drinking water testing labs can assist you. We also provide full subcontract drinking water testing services for other environmental labs throughout the USA and in the Caribbean that do not have a particular capability on-line.
Full Water Testing Laboratory Services for:
- Primary Organics (SOCs, VOCs)
- Primary Inorganics
- Unregulated Contaminants
- Secondary Standards
- Disinfection By-Products (HAAs, TTHMs, Oxyhalides)
- Lead and Copper
Compliance Water Testing Lab for:
- Consumer Confidence Reporting (CCR)
- Source Wells
- Bottled Water / Beverage Products
- Safe Drinking Water Act
- IBWA Appendices A&B / CBWA
- Bacteriological Testing
- USEPA / FDA / State Compliance
- Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR)
- Disinfection By-Products Rules
Specialty Testing for:
UCMR5 more than doubles the number of Public Water Systems (PWS) that are required to participate.
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The Safe Drinking Water Act requires that EPA regulate the water provided by Public Water Systems. The most common source of lead contamination occurs due to corrosion of lead-containing solder, fixtures, and pipes within a building’s plumbing system. This corrosion occurs when the water has low pH or is acidic, and/or when the water has a low mineral content.