Public Water Testing

Public Water Toxicity Scan

Public Water Toxicity Scan

Results in 48 Hours

Use For:

  • Water Quality Check for Public Water
  • Household Plumbing Issues

Scans For:

Total Coliform, Fecal E.coli, Lead, Arsenic, Copper, Iron, Manganese, pH, Chlorine, Nitrates, Conductivity.

Price: $99


Today at least 4 million households have children living in them that are being exposed to high levels of lead. There are approximately half a million U.S. children ages 1-5 with blood lead levels above 5 micro-grams per deciliter (µg/dL), the reference level at which CDC recommends public health actions be initiated.”

– The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

Lead poisoning has no obvious symptoms and can often go undiagnosed. Symptoms may be:


  • Developmental Delay
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Irritability
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Sluggishness and fatigue
  • Abdominal pain
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation
  • Hearing loss
  • Learning difficulties
  • Slowed growth


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  • High blood pressure
  • Abdominal pain
  • Constipation
  • Joint pains
  • Muscle pains
  • Declines in mental functioning
  • Pain, numbness or tingling of the extremities
  • Headaches
  • Memory loss
  • Mood disorders
  • Reduced sperm count, abnormal sperm
  • Miscarriage or premature birth in pregnant women

Public Water Toxicity Scan

The Myths: Public Water

Public water is safe. Public water is regularly tested. Public water is regularly treated. False. False. False.

The Flint, Michigan (#flintmichigan) public water crisis has all the hype right now, but this isn’t the first and may not be the last case where people are misled into drinking tainted water. The problems in Michigan all started when a decision was made to switch the public water source from the Great Lakes to the Flint River to save money. The Flint Reservoir for decades served as a dumping ground for sludge and crude. Consumers of public water suffered illness, hair loss, skin irritation, and several children were diagnosed with lead poisoning before the problem was addressed.

It is up to the public to protect their households and the first step to preventing a crisis like Flint is to test your water. Public water is not tested beyond the water treatment center, and the mandatory public water testing does not include all the harmful contaminants that pose a threat to the people using the water. Even water that is “safe” to drink, may still be exposed and contaminated in distribution to your household.