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RAdata is proud to be one of the few companies in the country that provides certified water testing for all your water needs including PWTA and Concerned Citizens Water Quality for private use of residential homeowners water testing.
Removing the Middleman when it comes to water testing
Since 1984 RAdata has been able to help homeowners with a variety of Home Quality Products from water testing, indoor air quality, and Radon Mitigation. We are proud that we can offer State Certified water testing and provide the homeowners with viable options without the hassle of wondering what to do next after your water testing is performed. We remove the middleman and make it a much more enjoyable experience for you.
Water Testing and Treatment Options
We have two basic water sources in New Jersey: Well Water and City Water. Choose the type of water concern you have to learn more about what is not only in your water, but most importantly the effective water treatments and what you can do to protect yourself, your family and even the investment you have in your home.
Depending on your source of water, after a water testing you may have to correct minor problems before you can address your major concern. The following guidelines for water treatment are based on the belief that it is practical and efficient to treat some water quality problems before others. For instance, only after turbidity, acidity, hardness and iron have been controlled, will activated carbon filters, reverse osmosis units, and UV Sterilization lights operate efficiently.
How Clean Is The Public Water In Your Area?
If you have city water, your suppliers most recent testing reports should be mailed to you in the form of consumer confidence reports. If you would like more information or help interpreting Consumer Confidence reports, please visit the EPA’s web site Here
Select your municipality from the list below to find out:
If the water comes from a public/municipal system, City water one can know that their water is regularly tested for contaminants regulated by federal and state standards, such as microbial pathogens, radioactive elements and certain toxic chemicals. These are the kind of contaminants that can affect the safety of water. hardness, corrosivness, foaming,
staining or bad tastes, smell, or color do not necessarily make water unhealthful but are reasons to consider a water treatment system, we can provide a complete city water analysis for you when we do a water testing. Read more on city water contaminants and the treatment solutions.
If you have a private well, it is your responsibility to test the quality of your water. Signs of poor water quality could be as evident as a bad taste, color, or odor. However, some water problems are not so easily noticed. When doing water testing the CDC recommends that you have your private well tested for safety once each year. The minimum recommended safety test includes: total Coliform bacteria, nitrates, total dissolved solids, and pH levels. If you suspect other problems or the local health department has identified local contaminants of concern, you should test for those as well. If your well is found to have poor water quality after your water testing or is deemed contaminated, you will want to treat the water your family uses to drink, cook, and bathe. Read More
Making A Choice
Choosing an in-home water purification system can be confusing and complicated to the average person or the do it your self-er. Knowing exactly what to treat for, and how to eliminate one problem without causing another unknowingly is a situation often found. RAdata provides 25 years of experience in the water testing and treatment of NJ water sources. Whether you are looking for a whole house water treatment system or an at the source system like a reverse osmosis water filter for your drinking water treatment we can help. Combining the latest in water treatment scientific technology with our continued customer service excellence, makes the RAdata experts your smart choice in the field of water testing and treatment for your home.
RAdata water testing and treatment specialist proudly provide treatment options with Charger water treatment products as their preferred product of choice. We are members of the WQA Water Quality Association a not-for-profit international trade association representing the residential, commercial, industrial, and small community water treatment industry. for commercial water treatment and residential water treatment.
RAdata is a proud member of the National Ground Water Association. The National Ground Water Association is the hallmark organization for anyone affiliated with the groundwater industry. NGWA is comprised of more than 13,000 U.S. and international groundwater professionals — contractors, scientists and engineers, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers. RAdata provides water testing and water treatment in NJ with honor.
RAdata has also achieved memberships with the NRPP National Radon Proficiency Program through the NEHA National Environmental Health Association. Is a member of the ASHI American Society of Home Inspectors.
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