Testing drinking water gives you certainty
Although the water suppliers provide good quality drinking water, the tap water is not always free of pollutants. The reason for this are substances such as Heavy metals that come off pipes or fittings and accumulate in tap water. Water contains a variety of different substances, some of which are not harmless to health.
Heavy metals and bacteria in particular can pose a potential health hazard if contaminated water is used as drinking water or for food preparation.
✔ A water analysis can determine your water quality reliably and professionally!
With our water analyses you can reliably detect possible pollutants and contamination.
With every analysis you get a practical overview of the measured values of all parameters for which your water has been tested.
The analyses cover common contaminants in tap water. They are therefore ideally suited for checking your own water quality and the condition of your pipes.
Test your well water
Many house residents trust well water, which is generally considered to be particularly pure and clear. In fact, the soil layers through which the water seeps are already an effective filter. Many pollutants are removed from the groundwater in a natural way.
However, the water from domestic wells often does not meet the requirements of the drinking water ordinance. There are several reasons for that:
In many regions, pollutants enter the water cycle through agriculture, environmental pollution or fertilizers. Furthermore, defective filters or the entry of contaminated water into the well water can cause well contamination. The material of the well pipes can also release pollutants into the water.
✔ With a well water test, possible pollutants can be identified quickly.
With the well water tests from Geonatura you can reliably determine important parameters. This will help you assess whether your well water is suitable for drinking. Thanks to the clear and detailed results, you can see at a glance whether the water in your submitted water sample is of sufficient quality and whether it complies with the guidelines and threshold values of the Drinking Water Ordinance.