We mainly drink filtered water through our refrigerator. Should I test that or my kitchen sink? Nick - California
Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCLs) are standards that are set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for drinking water quality. An MCL is the legal threshold limit on the [...]
The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was originally passed by congress in 1974 to regulate the nation’s public drinking water supply. Under the SDWA, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets [...]
The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) secondary standards are created for water contaminants that cause aesthetic problems such as bad taste, discoloration, or odor. In the past, these standards were always [...]
The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) primary standards are set for contaminants that cause some health effect such as illness, disease, cancer, or another health problem. Adherence to these standards is [...]
Drinking water standards give the level of a pollutant that is acceptable in water. These standards are set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) using available research data. The [...]
If the results of your water test come back higher than the maximum contamination levels (MCL) as defined by the EPA we will provide recommendations as outlined by the CDC [...]
You will receive your water test results via email within 14 days of your sample being returned to the lab. Email info@120WaterAudit.com if you do not receive your results.