How to Select a Water TestThe best response to this question is the following. It really comes down to what you need the analysis for. Many people contact Midwest Laboratories for their water testing needs. Most of the time, we address water issues regarding a consumer’s home or their livestock. These issues could range from just peace of mind in knowing the water source is safe or it could be with respect to an issue of kids getting sick or livestock being sick.

Below are a list of some of the most popular water testing packages. Midwest Laboratories also conducts testing for public drinking water supplies office buildings, churches, dental offices, restaurants and other businesses. Check out a list of watering packages on the main Midwest Laboratories Website.

In addition, we can

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Total Coliform
Fecal Coliform
Nitrate

Are you looking for a water test for your livestock to make sure it is a safe water source?

Livestock Suitability Analysis on the Midwest Laboratories eStore

W1: LIVESTOCK SUITABILITY     $45.00

Sodium
Chloride
Nitrate Nitrogen
Copper
Calcium
Conductivity
pH
Total Dissolved Solids (by calculation)
Magnesium
Sulfate
Iron

 

Are you looking at a water test to see if your current drinking water supply at your house is safe? Consider this domestic suitability analysis.  If you need supplies, contact the laboratory, (402-334-7770) or order online to expedite the process.

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W3: WATER QUALITY*     $60.00

Total Coliform
E.coli
Sodium
Calcium
Magnesium
pH
Total Hardness
Conductivity
Iron
Total Dissolved Solids (by calculation)
Nitrate Nitrogen
Manganese
Sulfate
Chloride
Fluoride

If you are considering water testing, also make sure you know how to collect a responsible water sample. The following document, water sample submittal instructions will help you with respect to collecting a sample. If you have any questions, please contact a representative from Midwest Laboratories.

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