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Is your well water safe to drink? Many Maine wells have too much Arsenic, Radon and Uranium. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a yearly test for Bacteria, Nitrates and Nitrites. The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention additionally recommends a test for Arsenic, Uranium, Radon, First Draw Lead and Fluoride every 3 to 5 years.

The State of Maine Health and Environmental Testing Lab (HETL) is now providing  secure online water and Radon Air testing kits  in addition to telephone inquiries.

State of Maine HETL Augusta 1-866-LAB-HETL
(1-866-522-4385)
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The HETL is certified by EPA, the State of Maine and by the National Laboratory Accreditation Program for drinking water testing.

Water testing can also be provided by certified private laboratories located in Maine listed below.  Contact these labs to determine their individual ordering procedure.

A & L Laboratory 3100 Hotel Road Auburn ME 04210 (207) 784-5354
Brewer Water Department Laboratory (Lab is located at the Water Treatment Plant) 257 Hatcase Pond Road Eddington ME 04428 (207) 843-7182
ClearWater Laboratory (A Division of Acheron Engineering) 153 Main Street Newport ME 04953 (207) 368-5786
Maine Water Company 855 Rockland Street Rockport ME 04865 (207) 236-8428
Health and Environmental Testing Laboratory 221 State Street Augusta ME 04330 (207) 287-2727
Katahdin Analytical Services 600 Technology Way Scarborough ME 04074 (207) 874-2400
Maine Environmental Laboratory 1 Main Street Yarmouth ME 04096 (207) 846-6569
Nelson Analytical Lab 120 York Street Kennebunk ME 04043 (207) 467-3478
Northeast Laboratory Services - Portland 999 Forest Avenue Portland ME 04103 (207) 878-6481
Northeast Laboratory Services 227 China Road Winslow ME 04901 (207) 873-7711
Paris Utility District Laboratory 7 C.N. Brown Way South Paris ME 04281 (207) 743-5134

Laboratories are certified by test so it is necessary to check with a laboratory to find out exactly what they test for. The tests which laboratories are able to do can change regularly. You may confirm what tests are done by a laboratory or ask any other questions regarding laboratory quality by calling The State Of Maine Drinking Water Program and at 207-287-2070 and ask for the Laboratory Certification Officer.Are you a water testing company and would like to be added to this list? Please email the certification officer.


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