Canadian water testing specialist company offering services like Legionella, potable water, metals concentration, lead sampling, and more to ensure compliance and safety across various industries.




Comprehensive Water Testing Services

Ensuring safe, compliant water quality through expert testing and analysis, protecting health and infrastructure in residential, commercial, and educational environments.

Legionella Water Testing

Legionella testing is imperative to proactively identify and mitigate the risk for outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease; a severe form of pneumonia. Regular Legionella testing maintains a safe environment, protecting the well being of occupants, residents and workers, and ensures compliance with regulatory guidelines.

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Potable Water & Drinking Water Testing

Ensure your Drinking Water Quality with regular water quality testing. These testing protocols ensure compliance with industry standards and recommendations.

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Metals Concentration Testing

Metals in water tests is critical to assess potential health hazards and prevent wear and tear in plumbing systems. Monitoring metal levels ensure water quality, protects plumbing infrastructure, and aligns with regulatory guidelines.

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Lead Sampling and Analysis

Lead water testing is essential to safeguarding the health of building occupants, as lead exposure poses serious risks, especially to children and pregnant individuals. Regular lead testing ensure early detection, and prompt mitigation opportunities.

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Ontario Drinking Water Standards (ODWS) Testing

The ODWS (Reg. 169/03) is the gold standard for drinking water testing. Our water assessment ensures alignment and adherence with the ODWS, an accomplishment to proudly showcase.

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General Chemistry and Turbidity (Hardness)

Testing for your water's general chemistry and hardness is critical to preventing potential damage to plumbing systems and appliances caused by particulates and mineral deposits. This ensures efficient maintenance practices, and prolongs equipment lifespan.

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Oils and Grease Water Testing

Contamination from oils and grease in water systems can cause significant problems, such as plumbing damage, environmental pollution, and regulatory non-compliance. We offer thorough oils and grease water testing services to help businesses and properties detect and mitigate this risk efficiently.

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Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) & Suspended Solids (TSS)

Our total solids testing services help you identify the presence of dissolved solids, or Undissolved in your water systems, which can impact system efficiency and water quality; preventing equipment and piping degradation.

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School Drinking Water Testing and Analysis

Testing school drinking water is critical to ensure the health and well-being of students and staff by identifying and addressing potential contaminants. It is a best practice to proactively monitor water quality, as schools are responsible for providing a safe environment.

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Building management performing water quality testing for BOMA certification, including Legionella and potability tests, to ensure occupant safety and compliance with industry standards. >

Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA)

Adhering to BOMA Standards is essential for maintaining the well-being of occupants and upholding industry benchmarks. Water testing is an essential component of the BOMA Best Certification Program, and is closely assessed under BOMA certifications. By implementing water assessments, like Legionella testing and Potable Water testing, building owners and managers are not only improving their BOMA scores, but are prioritizing the health and safety of occupants, and demonstrating a commitment to compliance with the highest industry standards. Work towards improving and increasing your BOMA certification ranking and score with assessments like Legionella Testing and Potability Testing.

Mitigating Legionella Risk in Commercial Buildings

Regular Legionella testing for building owners and managers of commercial properties is essential to uphold the highest standards of public health and safety. Ontario's diverse climate and infrastructure make commercial properties susceptible to Legionella growth in water systems, posing a risk to occupants and visitors. Compliance with Ontario's health and safety regulations is paramount, and regular testing demonstrates a commitment to water quality safety and integrity of commercial properties in the region.

Legionella Safety Programs should include, but are not limited too:

  • Regular Legionella water testing
  • Legionella Training Programs

Legionella testing frequency guidelines for buildings can vary, depending on industry and building type. Generally, testing quarterly is an acceptable minimum, though for best practice guidelines outlined by the Government of Canada, see our Legionella service page.

Information on Legionella testing and safety programs for building owners in Ontario, emphasizing the importance of regular water testing and compliance with health regulations to ensure public safety.
importance of water quality testing in schools, businesses, and buildings to ensure occupant safety and well-being

Testing Drinking Water

Testing drinking water is crucial for schools, business owners, and building owners to ensure the safety and well-being of occupants. For schools, where children spend a significant portion of their day, water quality directly impacts their health and academic performance. Business owners must prioritize water testing to guarantee a healthy work environment, safeguarding employees from potential contaminants and preventing productivity disruptions due to water-related illnesses. Building owners, responsible for the overall safety of occupants, need to conduct regular tests to identify and address any water quality issues promptly, mitigating risks and upholding a positive reputation.

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