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Drinking Water Testing and Sampling in New Jersey

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SAKSON has collected drinking water samples at hundreds of child care centers to comply with their three-year testing requirement. SAKSON provides easy and low-cost solutions to mitigate any problems.

What We Do?

Lead in drinking water has gained national attention with problems in Flint, Michigan, and Newark, New Jersey, to name a few. Lead can enter drinking water when plumbing materials that contain lead corrode, especially where the water has high acidity or low mineral content that corrodes pipes and fixtures. The most common sources of lead in drinking water are lead pipes, faucets, and fixtures. Both lead and copper are common contaminants that may leach from facility piping or solder, even if water is supplied by the city or a private company.

In response, the State of New Jersey has implemented rigorous water testing requirements at child care centers and schools. Further, Paul Sakson Environmental recommends drinking water testing at other critical sites, such as residences and occupied commercial establishments.

SAKSON has collected drinking water samples at hundreds of child care centers to comply with their three-year testing requirement. Samples are collected, analyzed by an NJDEP Certified Laboratory, and SAKSON prepares all the required forms and documentation to make complying hassle-free. And, of course, if there’s an issue with a contaminant, SAKSON provides easy and low-cost solutions to mitigate a problem.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Although you may be connected to city water, or a private water company, lead and copper contaminants may enter your water supply through your interior piping. This is a common occurrence in very old houses or buildings, and newer structures that have recently installed copper lines, or may have used lead solder. Lead and copper are both contaminants that can cause a variety of adverse health effects.

Samples are collected from a drinking water faucet and sent to a New Jersey certified laboratory. The typical turnaround time is two weeks, although an expedited turnaround of 2 business days is available.

Each metal costs $30 to analyze, plus labor and travel costs for our sampling technicians.

Feel free to contact one of our certified technicians. An excellent government resource is at the EPA website: Basic Information about Lead in Drinking Water | Ground Water and Drinking Water | US EPA

Our Testimonials

It was a pleasure working with you to fulfill our state environmental reports. Your prompt attention to all our needs was greatly appreciated. I knew we were in good hands with a true professional from the first time we met. Your reports were detailed and professional. We were thrilled at our results and thank you for the time and effort you put forth to make our facility pass the state inspection. I would have no hesitation recommending your services to anyone. You can count on our support for a fine recommendation.

Brick Township center

It was a pleasure dealing with Paul Sakson Environmental. I found them to be thorough professionals who knew what they were dealing with and presented a well thought out plan. Their consulting was invaluable and the work done was very detailed and within the time frame he had advised. I gladly recommend them.

North Brunswick center

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