Water Testing By a Professional Lab You Can Trust

We Congratulate You for Being Proactive About Your Tap Water!

Come into our site and explore the water testing and water treatment options you have to become your own ‘water department’ and provide safe, healthy and great tasting drinking water for you and for your family

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Well Chlorination

Your Well Water Could be Killing You…

…And You Don’t Even Know It!!

Chlorinating your well will Eliminate Contaminants that

        • can affect your health,

        • and Nuisance Contaminants in your well water that can cause bad odors and taste 

Chlorinating a Well

Nuisance Contaminants are easy to spotyour well water smells like ‘rotten eggs’ or other unpleasant odors; when you drink the water, it tastes ‘funny’.

But, the Health-Risk Contaminants in your well water are not so obvious at all. You only know you have a problem when you or members of your family begin to have unexplained health issues like stomach aches or other gastrointestinal disorders.

Chlorinating your well on a regular basis gets rid of most, if not all, of the contaminants that cause both health related and taste and odor related issues. If you do chlorinate your well, you will end up with safe, clean and good tasting water for you and your family.

If you are drinking bottled water today because you don’t trust your well water, now you can stop spending all that money and stop putting plastic water bottles in our landfills.

Learn more about what you need to know and do to keep your well water safe and healthy for you and for your family—click on the Continue button below:

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Water Testing Done Right, Done Fast

How safe is your Drinking Water?

'Bang for the Buck' Healthy Water Test

If your drinking water comes from a well on your property you and only are responsible for testing the water to assure that it’s safe to drink.

If your drinking water comes from a municipal water system, special issues can arise that calls for you to test your water. These include:

        • The age of the distribution system
        • The type and age of the plumbing in your house
        • Your relative location on a community water line-
        • Natural events such as droughts or floods
        • Unusual disturbance in the water distribution system

Water testing by a professional lab lets you know what’s in your water so you can then take the right steps to correct any problems or contaminants found in your water.

Learn more about how to easily and economically have your water tested by clicking on the Continue button below:

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TOTAL: $7,301

rotary foundation

We are committed to doing everything we can to help people all around the world have easy access to safe, clean drinking water and safe and effective sanitation facilities.

As part of this commitment, we are giving a portion of every dollar in revenue to the Rotary Foundation for Water and Sanitation projects around the world.

One of our co-founders is a member of Rotary International. He headed up a team in his local Rotary Club that sponsored a water and sanitation project in the Ostuman community located in the village of Copán Ruinas, Honduras. This project brings clean drinking water and sanitation facilities to a community of over 1250 people.

His club, along with contributions from a couple of outside groups, donated over $20,000 to the project. Thanks to his Rotary District and the Rotary Foundation’s matching grant programs, the total amount contributed by Rotary to this project exceeded $55,000. The non-profit organization that managed the project on the ground in Honduras, Water Missions International, contributed $10,000 towards the project.

Copan Ruinas Certificate of Appreciation


The results of the water testing performed by Drinking Water Specialists, LLC is for informational purposes ONLY. While the lab performing the testing does follow USEPA testing methods and is certified by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection for performing in-state water testing, the results of our mail-order testing cannot be used for regulatory compliance purposes. One of the main reasons is that we do not have chain-of-custody from the point where the water samples are drawn through to their arrival at our lab.