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We have chosen the following links to assist you with the knowledge you need to insure your water is safe. We also encourage you to contact one of our project managers to discuss your needs or concerns. We'll respond promptly with proactive strategic proposals and cost-effective solutions.

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When & What Type of Testing
For information of when to perform water testing and what types of water testing are recommended please review EPA's water testing fact sheet
How To Take a Water Sample
For information of how to perform water testing please review Sample Collection Instructions.
Total Coliform Rule Form
The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) requires the Total Coliform Rule Form be used by public water systems for sample analysis at the State Licensed Laboratory.
Emergency Disinfection
If you have a positive result for total coliform bacteria the remaining water in your holding tank or cistern should be disinfected. Here are EPA’s guidelines on Emergency Disinfection. The source of contamination is often in the distribution system. If you have a source water sample that is positive for total coliform you may need to follow EPA’s guidelines on disinfection of the well
Links for Homeowners
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) have numerous fact sheets on water sampling and testing and the safety of your local water.
EPA's Consumer Information on Drinking Water
ADEQ's Safe Drinking Water Information
How to Calibrate Your Water Pressure Gauge
To accurately test your wells pressure tank you need an accurate water pressure gauge. Nortest relies on National Calibration Inc. for Water Pressure Gauge Calibration.
Ground Water Rule Form
EPA published the Ground Water Rule in the Federal Register on November 08, 2006. The rule took effect in Arizona on December 1, 2009. The purpose of the rule is to provide for increased protection against microbial pathogens in public water systems that use ground water sources. The GWR applies to public water systems that serve ground water. The rule also applies to any system that mixes surface and ground water if the ground water is added directly to the distribution system and provided to consumers without treatment. The Ground Water Rule Form is used for sample submission to the laboratory and reporting of results to regulatory agencies. For more information on the groundwater rule go to: EPA's Ground Water Rule
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