When taking a water sample to be tested for domestic suitability, cleanliness is of extreme importance. If the sample or the parts of the container which contact the sample are contaminated with bacteria from human hands or other sources, the coliform bacteria test may be positive, even though the water source itself is not contaminated.
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Instructions for Collection, Handling, and Storage of Biosolid Samples (Referenced directly from EPA Methods 1681 and 1682)READ MORE
Before sampling, freeze cool pack enclosed in kit. This will allow the sample to remain cool until it reaches the laboratory. Open the cold water faucet and allow the water to run for several minutes. Fill the enclosed bottle(s). If purity (total coliform) is to be checked, please use caution with the sterile plastic bottle. DO NOT rinse this jar and avoid touching any inner surface of the bottle or lid with your fingers.READ MORE
The 2017 Schedule of Fees contains a wide array of Midwest Laboratories analysis offerings. Prices are subject to change without notice.READ MORE