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Value We Offer
Committed to delivering the highest possible outcomes
Your one-stop testing service provider
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Testing in New Zealand for New Zealand
We provide comprehensive testing of drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, environmental and recreational waters, and trade waste discharges.
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.
Data Analytics & Integration
Our results are made available in formats that suit our customers’ needs. Full integration to 3rd party applications can be provided.
Our laboratories across the country offer a range of testing on soils, biosolids and shellfish.
If you are unsure about which testing to choose, we can help you determine the right testing for your needs.Get in Touch
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.
We provide testing services to regional and local councils who are responsible for monitoring the environment.
We support small, medium and large businesses across New Zealand with efficient, accurate testing services.
Our team has carried out testing for more than two million residential customers.
Struvite extracted from the wastewater treatment process now for sale as fertilizer
Read how Watercare is extracting struvite out of the Mangere wastewater treatment plant and is now selling it as a fertilizer product for your lawn and garden. The product has been rigorously tested by our laboratory.Read more
Homegrown poo-eating bugs that will make wastewater treatment greener
Read how farming poo-eating annamox bugs will lead to a greener future for the wastewater treatment process in New Zealand.Read more
Eden Park gets helping hand to save 16 million litres of water a year
Read how water quality testing enabled a modified treatment process to be commissioned on site and resolve the sediment issues that had led to Eden Park’s bore being decommissioned in 2008.Read more