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See some testing methods below:

Drinking Water Testing

  • VOC
  • Method EPA 524.2
  • SOC
  • Method EPA 525.2
  • EDB/DBCP
  • Method 504.1
  • HAAs (Haloacetic acids)
  • Method EPA 552.2
  • Herbicides
  • Method EPA 515.1
  • Anions
  • Method EPA 300.0 and 300.1
  • Perchlorate
  • Method EPA 314.0
  • TOX
  • Method SM5320B
  • Organohalide Pesticides
  • Method EPA 505
  • Carbofuran
  • Method EPA 531.2
  • Oxamyl
  • Method EPA 531.2
  • Carbamates
  • Method EPA 531.1
  • Glyphosate
  • Method EPA 547
  • Endothal
  • Method EPA 548.1
  • Diquate/Paraquat
  • Method EPA 549.2
  • Paraquat
  • Method EPA 549.2
  • Chlorinated Pesticides
  • Method EPA 508
  • PCBs
  • Method EPA 508
  • Metals
  • Method EPA 200.7
  • Mercury
  • Method EPA 245.1
  • Corrosivity (Langelier Index)
  • Method SM2330B
  • pH
  • Method SM 4500H+B
  • Alkalinity
  • Method SM 2320B
  • Total Dissolved Solids (TDS)
  • Method SM2540C
  • Cyanide
  • Method SM4500CN-E
  • Amenable Cyanide
  • Method SM 4500CN-G
  • Surfactants (MBAS)
  • Method SM5540C
  • Turbidity
  • Method EPA 180.1
  • Total Organic Carbon (TOC)
  • Method SM5310B
  • Hardness
  • Method SM 2340B
  • Metals
  • Method EPA 200.8
  • Chlorite
  • Method EPA 300.1
  • Chlorate
  • Method EPA 330.1

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    Charleston, West Virginia Spill

    Summit Environmental Technologies, Inc. chemists have characterized the Charleston, West Virginia spill for all the major components including the proprietary PPH mixture. Legally defensible analysis procedures are available to detect the cis- and trans-4-methylcyclohexanemethanol (4-MCHM) in water at a detection limit of 1 part per billion (ppb). The particular PPH spill component is able to be definitively fingerprinted if present in a sample.