Environment Testing

Environment testing routinely refers to testing of Water, Soil and Air. Across the world there is a strong movement towards protecting the environment and scarce resources. This includes analysis and detection of various ingredients and contaminants of water, soil and air in our micro and macro environment. The testing of water is to ensure that the quality of water is fit for the intended purpose and is safe for use. Testing of soil is often for the purpose of agriculture and geotechnical investigations. In many global markets, such investigations are routine before embarking on any manner of construction for residential, commercial and infrastructure projects. Outdoor and Indoor ambient air quality is of increasing concern to us all and identifying air contaminants is key to assessing risk and bringing in new legislation and norms for air quality.

Environment Testing Services:

Water testing is a broad description for various procedures used to analyze water quality. Millions of water quality tests are carried out daily across the world, to fulfill regulatory requirements and to maintain safety. This testing can be done on raw water from different sources, packaged forms of water as well as that which is used and discharged as effluent during manufacturing processes across industries. Water testing can be carried out on :

  • Drinking water (Potable & domestic water)
  • Packaged drinking water
  • Natural mineral water
  • Ground (Wells, Borewells etc)/ Surface water (Rivers, Canals, Ponds etc.)
  • Boiler feed water
  • Construction purpose water
  • Waste water (Industrial/ Domestic)
  • Swimming pools water
  • Reagent grade water
  • Industrial/ Cooling purpose water
  • Trace metal elements in water
  • Distilled/ Demineralized water
  • Pesticide residues in water

Soil testing refers to one or more of a wide variety of soil analysis conducted for one of several possible reasons. Possibly the most widely conducted soil tests are those done to estimate the plant-available concentrations of plant nutrients, in order to determine fertilizer recommendations in agriculture. Other soil tests may be done for engineering (geotechnical), geochemical or ecological investigations. A soil sample can be analyzed to determine it composition, nutrient levels and characteristics. Soil testing includes tests for :

  • Soil texture
  • Soil chemical analysis (Total)
  • Water soluble salts
  • Available nutrients
  • Exchangeable cations

We have been approved by MoEF, CPCB, and NABL for conducting Environment MonitoringWe offer environment monitoring services which include :

  • Indoor air quality monitoring
  • Noise monitoring
  • Illumination studies
  • Ambient air monitoring
  • Stack emission monitoring
  • Solid/ Respirable particulate matter