Lead Sampling in Schools

The State Water Resources Control Board’s Division of Drinking Water (DDW) has announced a new program that requires public water systems to sample for the presence of lead in the drinking water of any K-12 schools they serve, at the request of school officials. Babcock Laboratories is both ELAP and NELAP accredited and has over 20 years of experience determining ultra-trace amounts of lead in drinking water using EPA method 200.8, which is the testing method required by the State Board for this program.

Read about the lead testing program for schools.  

Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)

Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) have recently become a topic of national concern due to their potential adverse effects on the environment and public health. PFAS are a diverse group of manufactured compounds frequently used as surfactants in industrial, consumer, military, and firefighting applications. Babcock Laboratories has over 10 years of LC/MS/MS analyses expertise, with specific experience testing for PFAS.

Learn more about PFAS testing.