Flanders, NJ Water Testing & Treatment
If your water test results reveal dangerous substances in your water, RAdata can swiftly help you protect your water source and treat it immediately. We understand the immediacy of your needs and that is why we make sure we offer home water treatment systems that are installed in one day.
Our water specialists work with you to understand the specificity of your needs and your home and deliver custom results to accurately address your needs at affordable pricing. Your health shouldn’t be a luxury and we work with you every step of the way. As trusted community members in Flanders, New Jersey, it is our priority to deliver exceptional, expert service.
Access to clean water is essential to the integrity of your health. Take important measures to ensure the water you drink and use for everyday activities are free from pollutants that can cause life-threatening illnesses. While public water supplies are protected by the United States Environmental Protection Agency to guarantee the public has access to quality drinking water, individuals with private well water are responsible to secure the safety of their water source.
In the state of New Jersey, 12% of residents use private wells. Protecting your well water is achieved through annual testing. In Flanders, New Jersey, RAdata is your friendly team of experts that help you maintain the safety of your water from contamination with fast testing turnaround times.
When the quality of your water is jeopardized, you are often able to detect a change through the smell, appearance or taste of your water. However, some pollutants can only be determined through testing. Be vigilant in maintaining your water quality and get to know the dangers in your water that could be affecting your health.
Arsenic is a naturally occurring element that can cause cancer if exposed to long-term. It is also linked to cardiovascular disease and impaired cognitive development in adolescents. When this element is found in water sources it is not detected through smell, color, or taste and yearly testing is the only way to ensure arsenic levels do not reach dangerous levels in your water supply.
While the US EPA has set the maximum level of arsenic at 10 ppb/µg/l in water, the NJ DEP and other states have taken additional measures to lower the maximum level to 5 ppb/ µg/l of arsenic in water.
Lead can seep into drinking water through plumbing materials that contain lead corrode. Lead pipes, one of the main causes of elevated lead found in water, are more prevalent in older cities and buildings constructed prior to the mid 80’s and legislation developments.
Lead can cause reproductive problems in adults and children are most vulnerable as lower levels of lead affect them more severely, leading to anemia, behaviour problems, lower IQ, and death. The maximum level of lead in water that does not have adverse health effects is set at zero by the EPA.
Volatile organic compounds are chemicals that are common additives in commercial and industrial practices, as well as in household products like gasoline, cleaners, plastics, electronics and paints. Extended exposure to VOCs can damage the kidneys, liver and the central nervous system.
Nitrate is formed when naturally occurring substances, nitrogen and oxygen, combine. However, high levels of nitrate found in well water can be attributed to human activity like improper construction, fertilizers and waste disposal. When present in your drinking water it can have fatal effects especially in infants and pregnant women.
Contact Us Today
Schedule a free estimation today or give us a call to learn more about the services we offer.
Get a Free Water Estimate
Very smooth transaction from start to finish. I had no idea how involved it was, but the installers explained everything to me. They did a fantastic job, so neat and clean! Highly recommend!