With 25 years of experience in independent drinking water analysis, Southern Scientific Services offers a wide variety of ISO 17025 accredited testing packages that cover both microbiological and chemical parameters.
3 Simple Steps
Order the drinking water test of your choice and we will post the sampling kit to you
Use the sampling kit and instructions included to take the water sample
Return the sample to our facility by dropping it in or by posting it
Once we have received your sample our expert laboratory team analyse it to the highest standards of quality.
Once the water is tested, an easy-to-understand report is generated and sent to you via post or email
You will be notified within 24 hours if your water is positive for E. coli and/or Coliforms
How to Test your Water
We provide our clients with 3 options
Order a Drinking Water Test Kit Online
If you would like to have your drinking water tested, please follow the 3 simple steps below to purchase the test of your choice. As soon as we receive your order we will send you the water sampling kit and instructions on how to sample.
Sampling Technician Service
Alternatively one of our Expert Sampling Technicians can come to you and sample the water from the source. They then transport the sample back to our laboratory for testing.
Collect from our Facility
You can also choose to visit our facility in Farranfore, Co. Kerry and collect the sampling kit.
It is important to test your water to ensure it is safe to drink. The EPA recommends the monitoring of well water for bacteria annually and for chemical parameters every three years.
We provide testing to well owners, well drillers, filtration companies, industry, local county councils, Irish Water, group water schemes and Board Bia members as well as private domestic householders and other Business owners.
Even if your water has a satisfactory odour and taste, and shows no visual contamination, it may still pose a risk to your health. Poor quality water can damage your water system, i.e. acidic or hard water causing corrosion or lime scale, respectively.