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Additional Services Available​

In addition to our high-quality environmental, lead, asbestos, and indoor air quality and mold services, Brooks Enviro offers a number of additional services available.

Underground storage tanks (UST):  we locate a UST, do soil boring and testing, and leaking UST closure.

Radon:  Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas.  It is formed from the radioactive decay of radium and uranium, which occurs naturally in bedrock worldwide.  Brooks had national accreditation to test buildings and schools.  Continuous air monitoring available as well.

Formaldehyde testing: Formaldehyde is a chemical commonly used to bond plywood, particleboard, carpets and fabrics, and in automobiles (contributing to the "new car smell")

Electric and magnetic fields (EMF): are waves of energy that surround any electrical device.  Power lines, electrical wiring, computers, TV's and anything that uses electricity are sources of EMF.  Professional site inspection and evaluation available.

Ensure Safe Drinking Water

Ensuring water is fully potable is essential to your health and safety.  Call Brooks Enviro today to have your water tested for bacteria and other contaminants.

It's important to test your water to see if bacteria are present.  If they are, your water is considered "non-potable."  If your water is non-potable, you will be notified immediately, and a retest should be scheduled.  If your retest shows contamination, you'll need to consult a plumber or another contractor to address the issues with your well.

Our full potability testing checks your well water also for the presence of total coliforms and E. Coli.  We also analyze the following parameters, consistent with Connecticut drinking water guidelines:

  • Physical parameters (color, pH, and turbidity)

  • Minerals (hardness, chloride, nitrate, nitrite, and sulfate)

  • Metals (copper, iron, manganese, and sodium)

We also analyze for volatile organic compounds (VOC's) present in your drinking water by EPA method 524.4.  If your drinking water analysis is being performed for the purposes of a real estate transaction or the installation of a new well, your local public health department will be notified of the results.

Call us for any of these services at:

Local 203-226-6384

Long Distance 800-842-1631

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