Utilities are required by the EPA to test your drinking water for lead and copper on a regular basis. Since the Flint Water Crisis, many utilities have stepped up and provided lead water testing services for their communities.
Tap Water Watch helps utilities manage this process by streamlining operations and sending out your lead and copper tests to your customers using our testing kits and NELAC certified laboratories. We also provide data visualization and monitoring services to map and monitor all of your testing data in your service area.
How it works
To give you an accurate cost estimate, you need to first count the total number of fountains and sinks in your facility. Once you identify your water sources, register your business for testing and receive a FREE risk assessment.
Upon acceptance of the cost estimate, we will work with you to schedule water testing of your facilities. Your samples will be analyzed in a NELAP certified laboratory and you will be emailed results upon completion.
If your test results show elevated levels, one of our water professionals will work with you to determine the appropriate solution to ensure your drinking water is safe for your customers and employees.
Tap Water Watch brings peace of mind back to the Tap. We are the only nationwide team of water professionals that focuses on detecting lead in drinking water, enabling customers to visualize their data and remediate any issues. Water samples are analyzed in a state and/or NELAC certified water testing laboratory. Tap Water Watch works hand-in-hand with utilities, schools and homeowners to ensure safe, lead-free drinking water.