Water Quality Analysis and Sampling – pH – EC – Dissolved Salts


Drinking Water Portability Testing - Domestic Consumption - Bacteriological Tests: E.coli, Total coliforms - Chemical Tests: Alkalinity, pH, Conductivity, Turbidity - Total Hardness, Chloride, Cu, Ca, Flouride, Pb, Nitrate, Nitrite, Fe, Mn, K, Na, Sulphate - Cytopathogenic Viruses

Conductivity, Chemical oxygen demand, Oils and Grease, Free Chlorine, Suspended Solids, Ammonia, Nitrate/Nitrite, Orthophosphate, Boron, Flouride, Mercury, Hexavalent Chromium, Dissolved Arsenic, Dissolved Cu, Dissolved Fe, Dissolved Pb, Dissolved Mn, Dissolved Zn, dissolved Solonium, E.Coli - Water for Food Industry Utilization

 

Drinking Water Potability - Decayed Contaminant Analysis

 

 

Drinking Water – Waste Water – Storm Water Discharge

Borehole Water Sampling and Graveyard Water Quality Monitoring - Borehole Drilling and Yearly Water Monitoring for Decayed Contaminants or Seepage Contamination

 

Acid Mine Drainage Methods of Testing

Acid Mine Drainage Sample Collection - Acid Mine Drainage Solutions - Methods of Water Purification

 

 

 


Drilling Through Contaminated Ground Water

 






What is Acid Mine Drainage? Acid rock drainage occurs naturally within some environments as part of the rock weathering process but is exacerbated by large-scale earth disturbances characteristic of mining and other large construction activities, usually within rocks containing an abundance of sulfide minerals. Areas where the earth has been disturbed (e.g. construction sites, subdivisions, and transportation corridors) may create acid rock drainage. In many localities, the liquid that drains from coal stocks, coal handling facilities, coal washeries, and coal waste tips can be highly acidic, and in such cases it is treated as acid rock drainage.




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