Testing Water Quality For Lead & Copper
Testing water for lead and copper
Lead and copper in drinking water have been linked to many adverse health effects. In fact, lead is so toxic to children and adults that the EPA has set the maximum contaminant level goal at zero.
Recent cases like that of Flint, Michigan have frightened many homeowners about the dangers of poor water quality and although many public water systems are regularly monitored and tested, this only gives homeowners a system-wide snapshot of the health of their community’s water supply. These reports do not indicate what’s coming out of your specific faucet.
If you want to know if your home’s drinking water is free of contaminants, the only way to find out is to sample the water from your own tap.
Test your water for lead and copper today!