What is in your water? Something!...unless it has been distilled. That still is for water, right? The suitability of water for your intended use, depends on its physical, chemical, and biological characteristics, like temperature, chemical concentrations, and microbial content. Field measurement and laboratory results provide important information about those parameters that enables sound decision.
Drinking water standards, as well as numeric criteria for agriculture, aquatic life, and recreation classifications, provide water quality guidance based on reasonable application of rigorous study. Avail yourself by involving Guide Water to collect samples, coordinate laboratory analysis, and interpret results to assess a new source, or for long- term monitoring, with a high-integrity chain of custody. Make contact.