News & Updates
Lead in Drinking Water Notice!
Fremont Analytical, Inc. is accredited by the Washington Department of Ecology to test drinking water for lead. We request 1 - liter of volume for the analysis and are able to provide you with a bottle at no charge if you’d like to stop by the laboratory and pick one up. Otherwise, we recommend you use a 1L plastic bottle with a plastic cap. It is necessary that you sample on “first draw,” letting the water sit in your pipes, usually overnight, without any use (taps, toilets, showers, etc.). Rinse the bottle out a few times the night before with your tap water, then collect the first full liter to come out of the tap in the morning. After collecting the sample, you can either bring it directly to us or keep it chilled until delivery.
- Use a 1L plastic bottle with a plastic cap.
- Rinse it several times with your tap water the night before.
- Do not use any taps/toilets/showers for 8-10 hours.
- Collect the first liter of water that comes out of the tap in the morning.
- Bring the volume to the laboratory, or chill it in the refrigerator.
- The cost is $25.00.
- Your report is delivered by email in 5 business-days.
We are 10!
Fremont Analytical, Inc. celebrates its 10 year Anniversary. Thank you to all who have contributed to our success!
Department of Defense Accreditation
Fremont Analytical, Inc. is proud to announce that we are now accredited by the
Department of Defense Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (DoD ELAP)
The DoD ELAP accreditation applies to environmental programs/projects at DoD operations, activities, and installations, including Government-owned, contractor-operated facilities and formerly used defense sites, where testing is being performed in support of environmental restoration programs.
Fremont Analytical, Inc. is now accredited in Alaska. Current tests include Alaska-specific accreditation methods as well as common EPA methods: Diesel Range and Residual Range Organics by AK 102 – 103, Gasoline Range Organics by AK 101, Volatile Organic Compounds, and Metals, etc.
Dissolved Gasses by RSK-175
Fremont Analytical, Inc. is very excited to offer Dissolved Gases by RSK-175. With one of our GC-FID machines dedicated specifically to the RSK-175 method, the lab is capable of analyzing for methane, ethane and ethylene at standard and low-level detection limits.