For a realty subdivision, the minimum water testing required is for 15 parameters including iron, manganese, nitrate, turbidity, bacteria, and hardness. The testing requirements are often expanded when a property has been recently farmed to include monitoring of pesticides and other organic chemicals.
For commercial, industrial, or high-density residential development on private water wells, the water supplies are often classified as public water systems (PWS). The testing requirements for a public water system depend on whether the system is classified as a Community Water System (CWS), Nontransient noncommunity water system (NTNCWS), or a Transient noncommunity water system (TNCWS).
Whether it is for a simple residential subdivision or a large scale commercial development, MNTM is capable of completing the water quality sampling, testing, and reports for your project. For projects requiring water treatment and disinfection, MNTM will design a water treatment system based upon the results of the water quality testing and anticipated usage. Click here for more information on Water Treatment & Disinfection system designs.