What's in your water? That is a good question that only laboratory analysis can answer. After you decide to hire a professional water testing laboratory, South Jersey Water Test, LLC is poised to help make the process and procedure as easy as possible. We guarantee timely sampling and only the highest quality analysis!

South Jersey Water Test, LLC, South Jersey’s only NJDEP certified testing laboratory focused solely on the sampling and analysis of drinking water, is ready to serve homeowners, realtors, home inspectors, well drillers, landlords, homebuilders and business owners complying with the new Private Well Testing Act. Effective September 14th, 2002, the new Act, N.J.S.A. 58:12A-62 et seq.; N.J.A.C. 7:9E; 7:18, requires that raw, untreated potable well water be tested for specific parameters as a condition for each sale of real property. Landlords are also required to comply by March, 2004. The laboratory results must be made available to both the buyer and seller. The sample must be collected by an employee of a New Jersey certified lab and results submitted to the NJDEP electronically.

About 12 percent of New Jersey residents receive their drinking water from private wells. Statewide, this equals about one million people drinking from 400,000 private wells. It is estimated that 20,000 to 30,000 real-estate transactions per year could trigger the requirements of the new law. A laboratory certified by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) in drinking water methods must perform the sampling, analysis, and reporting.

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The South Jersey Water Test laboratory is centrally located to serve all South Jersey Counties. All of SJWT's sampling technicians are specially trained and equipped to properly collect potable well samples. The technicians perform on-site, certified pH testing ("analyze immediately" parameter) as well as obtain Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates for Private Well Testing Act (PWTA) requirements. A complete Chain of Custody document is initiated to track sample collection and movement. The laboratory receives the samples and NJDEP certified methods are performed to insure high quality and acceptance by the regulatory authorities. Final reports are prepared and sent via fax and/or US mail in addition to electronic data reporting for PWTA sample results".

The process and procedure seems simple. However, the work is complex and hiring a dedicated professional is your safest route to the final answers
. . . what’s in your water?