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Surface Waters

We offer accredited testing of surface water quality along with water sampling

The tests are based on the following regulations:

- The Minister of Environment Regulation dated 27 November 2002 on requirements to be met by surface water used for public supply of water intended for  human consumption (Journal of Laws of 2002., No. 204, item. 1728),

- The Minister of Environment Regulation of 15 November 2011 on the form and method of monitoring consistent bodies of surface water and groundwater (Journal of Laws 2011, No. 258, item 1550),

- The Minister of Environment Regulation dated 22 October 2014, on the classification of bodies of surface water and environmental quality standards for priority substances (Journal of Laws 2014, item 1482).

Physicochemical analyses

Group of indicators characterizing physical condition, including thermal conditions - water temperature
- total suspension
Group of indicators characterizing oxygenation conditions and organic pollutants - dissolved oxygen
- five-day oxygen demand (BOD5)
- chemical oxygen demand of COD - Mn, (permanganate index)
- total organic carbon
 - chemical oxygen demand COD - Cr
Group of indicators characterizing salinity - conductivity at 20 ° C
- dissolved substances
- sulphates
- chlorides
- calcium
- magnesium
- total hardness
Group of indicators characterizing acidity - pH
- total alkalinity
Group of indicators characterizing biogenic conditions - ammonia nitrogen
- Kjeldahl Nitrogen
- nitrate nitrogen
- nitrite nitrogen
- total nitrogen
- phosphates P04
- total phosphorus
- silica
Priority substances in the field of water policy - alachlor
- anthracene
- atrazine
- benzene
- brominated diphenyl ether
- cadmium and its compounds
- C10-13 - chloroalkanes
-chlorphenvinphos
- chloropyriphos (chlorpyrifosphos)
- 1,2-dichloroethane (EDC)
-dichloromethane
- di-(2- ethylhexyl) phthalate
- diuron
- endosulphan
- fluoranthene
- hexahlorobutadiene (HCBD)
- hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH)
- isoproturonone
- lead and its compounds
- mercury and its compounds
- naphthalene
- nickel and its compounds
- nonylphenols (p-nonylphenol)
- octylphenol
- pentachlorobenzene
- pentichlorophenol (PCP)
- polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs): benzo (a) pyrene, benzo (b) fluoranthene, benzo (k) fluoranthene benzo (g, h, i) perylene, indene (1,2, 3-cd) pyrene
-symazin
- tributyltrans
-trichlorobenzenes (TCB)
- trichloromethane (chloroform)
- trifluralin
Indicators of other pollutants - tetrachloromethane
-aldrin
-dieldrin
-endrin
-isodrin
-DDT - total para-para
-total DDT
- trichlorethylene (TRI)
- tetrachlorethylene (PER)
Specific synthetic and non-synthetic pollutants - formaldehyde
- arsenic
- barium
- bromine
- hexavalent chromium
- total chromium
- zinc
- copper
- volatile phenols - phenolic Index
- petroleum hydrocarbons - mineral oil index
- aluminium
- free and bound cyanides
- molybdenum
- selenium
- silver
- thalium
- titanium
- vanadium
- antimonium
- fluoride
-beryllium
- cobalt
- tin

Microbiological analyses

Microbiological indicators - coliform bacteria
- fecal coliforms,
- fecal enterococci

 

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