Phenols Water Test
Phenols can enter your water supply from industrial, agricultural and domestic pollution. Phenols, such as bisphenol A and triclosan, are found in dyes, drugs, disinfectants and pesticides. They are very toxic and act as carcinogens. They also cause damage to the red blood cells and the liver, even after low exposures.
Are Phenols in My Water Harmful?
Many phenols have been found to be carcinogenic and toxic to the immune system and the reproductive process. These compounds can enter water supplies from industrial and agricultural operations. By knowing which phenols exist in your water supplies, you can design the right purification method to remove them.
How Much Does a Phenols Water Test Cost?
You can receive test results for multiple phenols that could be found in your water supply for $70.