Underground storage tanks, historically have stored petroleum products such as: gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil and stoddards solvent, among others. The removal of damaged and leaking tanks involves analyses of surrounding soil and water to determine what was in the tank and the amount of petroleum product that has escaped into the environment
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Potable (drinking) water samples for human consumption must adhere to current regulations for analyzation, including sample bottle type, and time.READ MORE
Analyzing your water for domestic suitability at Midwest Laboratories will provide information about your water's hardness, fluoride levels, pH levels, and possible bacteria contamination.READ MORE
Instructions for Collection, Handling, and Storage of Biosolid Samples (Referenced directly from EPA Methods 1681 and 1682)READ MORE