Analytical Services For Groundwater Testing & Monitoring
Through our water testing labs in Illinois and Missouri, PDC Laboratories can provide analytical services for groundwater testing and monitoring at multiple locations for small to large companies with multiple operations. Sites range from active, operating landfills and substations to closed landfills and manufactured gas plant (MGP) facilities.
Site-specific analytical programs encompass testing for organic, inorganic, general chemistry, biological and monitored natural attenuation parameters. PDC Technical Services' field teams can provide low-flow groundwater sample collection services following client-specific site safety protocols.
Environmental Testing Services
As part of our environmental testing services, PDC Laboratories also provides analyses of soil, groundwater and building debris working cooperatively with environmental engineering firms to support the decommissioning of power facilities, maintaining the safe and proper handling of samples taken during the decommissioning process.
Groundwater Testing & Analysis You Can Count On
Because of our years of experience and expertise, PDC Laboratories is trusted for groundwater analysis in Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri.
Groundwater contaminants can be produced from agricultural activity, septic system use, household chemical use, improper waste disposal, aging plumbing systems, and industrial activity. The frequency of groundwater analysis will depend on the severity of the factors mentioned. In a highly urbanized area, the contamination of groundwater may be more rampant, thus a more extensive groundwater analysis may be required.
Testing the groundwater for contaminants also depends on the potential sources of pollution and the type of well used in an area. Groundwater analysis performed by PDC Laboratories ensures that a private well owner complies with proper construction standards. If a well is not constructed properly, pollutants may seep through the unsaturated soil, contaminating the groundwater beneath it. When this happens, you may save on thousands of dollars from repair costs with regular groundwater testing.
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