New Zealand’s trusted water and air quality laboratory testing provider.

Our IANZ accredited labs are trusted for providing reliable and efficient water, air and solids testing services for New Zealand.

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Value We Offer

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Committed to delivering the highest possible outcomes

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Your one-stop testing service provider

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Expert advice at your fingertips

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Testing in New Zealand for New Zealand

Our Specialties

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Water Testing

We provide comprehensive testing of drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, environmental and recreational waters, and trade waste discharges.

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Air Quality Monitoring

We have the largest air quality testing operation in the country and offer monitoring in the areas of ambient air, stack emissions and odour.

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Data Analytics & Integration

Our results are made available in formats that suit our customers’ needs. Full integration to 3rd party applications can be provided.

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Other Services

Our laboratories across the country offer a range of testing on soils, biosolids and shellfish.

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If you are unsure about which testing to choose, we can help you determine the right testing for your needs.

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Who We Work With

Water Service Providers

These include councils or council-owned entities and private operations, that provide drinking water, wastewater and/or stormwater services.

Local Government 

We provide testing services to regional and local councils who are responsible for monitoring the environment.  

Businesses

We support small, medium and large businesses across New Zealand with efficient, accurate testing services. 

Residential Customers

Our team has carried out testing for more than two million residential customers. 

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