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Eurofins Environment Testing is your single source for a broad range of potable and non-potable water testing, providing analysis for disinfection byproducts, microbiology, organics, inorganics, asbestos and radioactivity.

Potable Water Testing
Eurofins Environment Testing has the largest potable water testing laboratory in the US, with more than 100,000 combined square feet of laboratory space dedicated to testing drinking water, bottled water, beverages, water in food production and reuse water.

As your single source for high-quality water and wastewater tests, we perform a broad range of analyses for disinfection byproducts, microbiology, organics, inorganics, asbestos and radioactivity.

Our laboratories are ISO 17025-accredited and also certified under the NELAC Institute (TNI) national accreditation program, as well as other federal, state and private organizations to perform routine and specialized analyses. We are also approved by the U.S. EPA to perform all 7 UCMR3 methods and are certified to perform drinking water analyses in all 50 states.

Center of Excellence for Potable Water Testing
Eurofins Eaton Analytical

Non-Potable Water Testing
With more than 50 years of environmental testing experience, Eurofins Environment Testing offers a comprehensive scope of analytical testing for non-potable water samples, including groundwater, surface water, seawater, wastewater and process and cooling water.

Our extensive experience analyzing NPDES samples, monitoring wells, process and flowback water samples, surface water samples and marine water samples ensures that your regulatory and project requirements will be satisfied. Our laboratories have the qualifications and certifications required to perform non-potable water testing in 47 states and can support EPA, SW-846, ASTM and Standard Methods, as well as customized method development.  

Centers of Excellence for Non-Potable Water Testing
Eurofins Calscience
Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories Environment